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Basic Data 
Relating to 
the National ' 
Institutes of 
Health 



U.S. DEPARTMENT 
OF HEALTH AND 
HUMAN SERVICES 
Public Health Service 
National Institutes 
of Health 



GRANTS 



RA 
11 

.D159 
1993 




Health-related 
R&D support 



Basic research 
support 



Morbidity & 
mortality data 



NIH Clinical Center - 



NIH technology 
transfer services 



NIH appropriations - 



NIH obligations - 



- National 



■ Federal 



Table Finder Key 

I — compared to total health costs & total R&D: Table 1 (p. 1) 

— by source or performer, by year: Table 2 (p. 2) 

I — by source & performer: Table 3 (p. 4) 

by source or performer, by year: Table 4 (pp. 5-6) 



- by year: Table 5 (p. 7) 

- Morbidity 

- Mortality 

-AIDS 



_l — selected chronic conditions: Table 49 (pp. 90-92) 
~i — selected acute conditions: Table 48 (pp. 88-89) 

selected causes: Table 47 (pp. 86-87) 



j — adults and adolescents: Table 50 (p. 93) 
"I — children under 13: Table 51 (p. 95) 



-Patient data: Table 45 (p. 83) 

- CRADAs, patents, licenses, and royalties, by year: Table 6 (p. 8) 



■ by year 



-by NIH component: Table 7 (pp. 10-11) 



i — by function/mechanism: Table 10 (p. 20) 



- by year 



by NIH component 



NIH research training* 
NIH personnel 



-by NIH component 



Training grants 
" & fellowships 



l — all obligations: Table 8 (pp. 12-13) 

■ for prevention research: Table 14 (p. 24) 

■ for nutrition research & training: Table 15 (p. 25) 

- for HIV and AIDS: Table 16 (pp. 26-27) 

- for biotechnology research: Table 18 (p. 29) 
I — for clinical trials: Table 19 (p. 30) 



- by program & function/mechanism: Table 9 (pp. 14-19) 

- for selected disease areas: Table 11 (p. 21) 

- for FCCSET initiatives: Table 12 (p. 22) 

— for HIV and AIDS, by functional category: Table 17 (p. 28) 

— for international programs, by activity: Table 13 (p. 23) 

_l — number of appointments in training programs, by year: Table 43 (pp. 76-77) 
"I — number of FTTP, by year: Table 44 (pp. 79-81 ) 



- Career development awards, by year: Table 42 (pp. 74-75) 

- by NIH component by degree, type of occupation, & status: Table 46 (pp. 84-85) 



(Continued) 



Table Finder Key (Cont.) 



Dollar totals & 
numbers of awards 



■ All awards 



Medical school awards, by 
"year: Table 26 (p. 41) 



■ Research grants 



by kind of per- , — by year (dollars & percentages): Table 23 (pp. 36-37) 

forming institution I — by NIH component (dollars only): Table 25 (p. 40) 

I — by year: Table 20 (p. 31) 

- by NIH component: Table 21 (p. 32) 
by NIH component & year 

by funding I (dollars only): Table 22 (pp. 33-35) 

mechanism | — by kind of performing institution: Table 24 (pp. 38-39) 

by component of recipient educational institution: 
Table 27 (pp. 42-43) 

- by State: Table 28 (pp. 44-45) 



by funding 
mechanism 



by type (new, com- 
peting renewals, etc.) 



I — by year: Table 32 (pp. 54-55) 

- by NIH component: Table 33 (pp. 56-59) 
■ by type: Table 34 (pp. 60-61) 



by year: Table 35 (p. 62) 

by NIH component: Table 31 (p. 53) 



NIH 

extramural 

awards 



Average size 
of awards 
in current & 
constant dollars 



Indirect costs 



All awards except 
construction 



R01s by yean 
"Table 41 (pp. 72-73) 



- Research grants 



I — by year: Table 29 (pp. 46-47) 

1 — by NIH component: Table 30 (pp. 48-52) 



by kind of performing institution, by year: 
Table 37 (pp. 66-67) 



Success rates 



Competing research 
projects, by NIH component, 
" by year: Table 38 
(pp. 68-69) 



Dollars budgeted Research grants, by funding mechanism, 

for equipment by year: Table 36 (pp. 64-65) 



Applications 
reviewed & awarded 



Average length 
of awards 



Competing research projects, 
" by year: Table 39 (p. 70) 

Competing R01s, by year: 
"Table 40 (p. 71) 



NIH LIRDADv 



Department of Health and Human Services 

Public Health Service 

National Institutes of Health 



Office of the Director 



National Institute 
on Aging 



National Institute 

on Alcohol Abuse 

and Alcoholism 



National Institute 

of Allergy and 
Infectious Diseases 



National Institute 

of Arthritis and 

Musculoskeletal 

and Skin Diseases 



National Cancer 
Institute 



National Institute 

of Child Health 

and Human 

Development 



National Institute on 

Deafness and Other 

Communication 

Disorders 



National Institute 
of Dental 
Research 



National Institute 

of Diabetes and 

Digestive and 

Kidney Diseases 



National Institute 
on Drug Abuse 



National Institute 
of Environmental 
Health Sciences 



National Eye 
Institute 



National Institute 

of General 
Medical Sciences 



National Heart, 

Lung, and Blood 

Institute 



National Institute 
of Mental Health 



National Institute 

of Neurological 

Disorders and Stroke 



National Institute 
of Nursing Research 



National Library 
of Medicine 



Clinical Center 



Fogarty 

International 

Center 



National Center 

for Human 

Genome Research 



National Center 

for Research 

Resources 



September 1993 



Division of 

Computer Research 

and Technology 



Division of 

Research 

Grants 



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4 



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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES Public Health Service 



National Institutes of Health 
Bethesda, Maryland 20892 

September 1,1993 

TO: Users of the NIH Data Book 

FROM: Deputy Director for Science Policy and Technology Transfer 

SUBJECT: NIH Data Book (Basic Data Relating to the National Institutes of Health), 1 993 

The Office of Science Policy and Technology Transfer, with the invaluable assistance of the NIH Division of Re- 
search Grants, and data supplied by other NIH and Federal offices, has again compiled the NIH Data Book. Since 
1 961 , the Data Book has been published annually as a ready source of financial information on NIH programs and 
related Federal and national activities. It is available to NIH staff and others interested in NIH budget issues and 
health R&D policy. 

In this edition of the Data Book, two new tables have been added: one showing NIH obligations for selected disease 
areas (Table 1 1 ), and another showing NIH obligations for the initiatives of the Federal Coordinating Council for 
Science, Engineering, and Technology (Table 12). Also, the AIDS morbidity table has been expanded to show num- 
bers of deaths per year as well as numbers of new cases reported, and the data have been split into two tables, one 
for adults (Table 50) and the other for children (Table 51 ). Additional data have been added to the table on NIH Tech- 
nology Transfer Services (Table 6), including amounts of royalties received by NIH per year. And the NIH organiza- 
tional chart (p. ii) has been revised to show the transfer of NIAAA, NIDA, and NIMH into NIH in FY 1993, and the 
change of the National Center for Nursing Research to the National Institute of Nursing Research. 

Suggestions to improve any aspect of the publication are invited. Questions are also welcomed. Suggestions and 
questions should be directed to Patricia E. McKinley, Ph.D., Office of Strategic Planning and Evaluation, OSPTT 
(301-496-9291). 




Contents 



NIH in the National Health Scene 

National Expenditures for Total Health Costs, Total R&D, 
and Health R&D, 1983-1992 
(Table 1 ) 1 

Health R&D as a Percentage ot Total R&D, and of Total 
Health Costs, 1983 and 1992 
(Figure 1.1) 1 

Percentage Change Since 1983 in Total Health Costs, Total R&D, 
and Health R&D, 1984-1992 
(Figure 1 .2) 1 

National Support for Health R&D by Source or Performer, 1983-1993 
(Table 2) 2 

National Support for Health R&D by Source, 1983-1993 
(Figure 2.1) 3 

National Support for Health R&D by Source and Performer, 1992 (est.) 
(Table 3) 4 

Performer Distribution of Federal and Industry 
Health R&D Support, 1992 (est.) 
(Figure 3.1 ) 4 

Federal Obligations for Health R&D by Source or Performer, 
Fiscal Years 1983-1992 
(Table 4) > 5 

National, Federal, and NIH Basic Research 
Support, Fiscal Years 1983-1992 
(Table 5) 7 

National, Federal, and NIH Basic Research Support, Fiscal Year 1992 (est.) 
(Figure 5.1 ) 7 

NIH Technology Transfer Services, Fiscal Years 1986-1992 
(Table 6) 8 

NIH Technology Transfer Services, Fiscal Years 1986-1992 
(Figure 6.1) 9 



NIH Appropriations and Obligations 

NIH Appropriations by NIH Component, 
Fiscal Years 1983-1993 
(Table 7) 10 

NIH Obligations by NIH Component, Fiscal Years 1983-1992 
in Current and Constant Dollars 
(Table 8) 12 

NIH Obligations by NIH Component, Program Activity, 
and Function/Mechanism, Fiscal Year 1992 
(Table 9) 14 

NIH Obligations by Function/Mechanism, Fiscal Years 1983-1992 
(Table 10) 20 

NIH Obligations for Selected Disease Areas 
by NIH Component, Fiscal Year 1992 
(Table 1 1) 21 

NIH Obligations for the Initiatives of the Federal Coordinating Council 
for Science, Engineering, and Technology (FCCSET), 
by NIH Component, Fiscal Year 1992 
(Table 1 2) 22 

NIH Obligations for International Programs by Activity and 
NIH Component, Fiscal Year 1992 
(Table 1 3) 23 

NIH Obligations for Prevention Research by NIH Component, 
Fiscal Years 1983-1992 
(Table 1 4) 24 

NIH Obligations for Nutrition Research and Training 
by NIH Component, Fiscal Years 1983-1992 
(Table 1 5) 25 

Obligations for HIV and AIDS by NIH and Other 
PHS Components, Fiscal Years 1983-1993 
(Table 16) 26 

NIH Obligations for HIV and AIDS by NIH Component and 
Functional Category, Fiscal Year 1993 (est.) 
(Table 17) 28 



(Continued) 



Contents (Cont.) 



NIH Appropriations and Obligations (Cont.) 

NIH Obligations for Biotechnology Research by NIH 
Component, Fiscal Years 1985-1992 
(Table 18) 29 

NIH Obligations for Clinical Trials by NIH Component, 
Fiscal Years 1983-1992 
(Table 19) 30 

NIH Extramural Awards 

NIH Awards by Funding Mechanism, Fiscal Years 1983-1992 
(Table 20) 31 

NIH Awards by NIH Component and Funding Mechanism, 
Fiscal Year 1 992 
(Table 21) 32 

NIH Awards by NIH Component and Funding Mechanism, 
Fiscal Years 1983-1992 
(Table 22) 33 

NIH Awards by Kind of Performing Institution, 
Fiscal Years 1983-1992 
(Table 23) 36 

NIH Awards by Kind of Performing Institution and 
Funding Mechanism, Fiscal Year 1992 
(Table 24) 38 

NIH Awards by NIH Component and Kind of Performing 
Institution, Fiscal Year 1992 
(Table 25) 40 

NIH Awards to U.S. Medical Schools by Funding Mechanism, 
Fiscal Years 1983-1992 
(Table 26) 41 

NIH Awards to U.S. Institutions of Higher Education 
by Component and Funding Mechanism, Fiscal Year 1992 
(Table 27) 12 



NIH Extramural Awards (Cont.) 

NIH Awards by State and Funding Mechanism, 
Fiscal Year 1992 
(Table 28) 44 

Average Size of NIH Awards by Kind of Award, 

Fiscal Years 1983-1992 in Current and Constant Dollars 

(Table 29) 46 

Average Size of NIH Awards by Kind of Award and NIH 
Component, Fiscal Year 1983, and Fiscal Year 1992 
in Current and Constant Dollars 
(Table 30) 48 

NIH Research Grants by NIH Component and Type, 
Fiscal Year 1992 
(Table 3 1 ) 53 

NIH Research Grants by Kind of Grant, 
Fiscal Years 1983-1992 
(Table 32) 54 

NIH Research Grants by Kind of Grant and NIH 
Component, Fiscal Year 1992 
(Table 33) 56 

NIH Research Grants by Kind and Type, 
Fiscal Year 1992 
(Table 34) 60 

NIH Research Grants by Type, Fiscal Years 1983-1992 
(Table 35) 62 

NIH Research Grants by Type, Fiscal Years 1983-1992 
(Figure 35.1) 63 

NIH Research Grants with Dollars Budgeted lor Equipment 
by Kind of Grant, Fiscal Years 1983-1992 
(Table 36) 64 

Indirect Costs of NIH Research Grants by Type of Performer, 
Fiscal Years 1983-1992 
(Table 37) 66 



(Continued) 



Contents (Cont.) 



NIH Extramural Awards (Cant.) 

Number of Awards and Success Rates for NIH Competing 
Research Projects by NIH Component, 
Fiscal Years 1983-1992 
(Table 38) 68 

Applications for NIH Competing Research Projects 
Reviewed and Awarded, 
Fiscal Years 1983-1992 
(Table 39) 70 

Number of Applications for NIH Competing Research Projects 
and Number and Dollars of Awards, Fiscal Years 1983-1992 
(Figure 39.1) 70 

Average Length in Years of Competing Traditional Research 
Project (R01) Awards by NIH Component, 
Fiscal Years 1983-1992 
(Table 40) 71 

Average Size of Traditional Research Project (R01) Awards 
by NIH Component, Fiscal Years 1983-1992 
in Current and Constant Dollars 
(Table 41) 72 

Major NIH Career Development Awards by Recipient's Type 
of Doctorate, Fiscal Years 1983-1992 
(Table 42) 74 

NIH Research Training 

Number of Appointments in NIH Research Training Programs 
by Academic Level and Type, Fiscal Years 1983-1992 
(Table 43) 76 

NIH Postdoctoral Training Appointments, 
Fiscal Year 1992 (est.) 
(Figure 43.1) 77 

Number of Appointments in NIH Research Training Programs 
by Academic Level, Fiscal Years 1983-1992 
(Figure 43.2) 78 



NIH Research Training (Cont.) 

Number of NIH Full-Time-Equivalent Training Positions (FTTP) 
by Academic Level, NIH Component, and Type, 
Fiscal Years 1983-1992 
(Table 44) 



Number of NIH Full-Time-Equivalent Training Positions (FTTP) 
by Academic Level, NIH Component, and Type, 
Fiscal Year 1 992 
(Figure 44.1) 



NIH Staff and Clinical Center 

Clinical Center Data by NIH Component, NIMH, and 
NIAAA, Fiscal Years 1986, 1989, and 1992 
(Table 45) 



NIH Personnel by Degree Held, Type of Occupation, 
NIH Component, Program, and Status as of 
End of Fiscal Year 1992 
(Table46) 



79 



82 



83 



84 



National Mortality and Morbidity Data 

Mortality from Selected Causes, United States, 
1979 and 1989 
(Table 47) 86 

Morbidity from Selected Acute Conditions, 
United States, 1991 
(Table 48) 88 

Morbidity from Selected Chronic Conditions, 
United States, 1991 
(Table 49) 90 

Numbers of Newly Reported Cases of AIDS and Numbers of Deaths 
of Adults and Adolescents, United States, by Exposure Category, 1983-1992 
(Table 50) 93 

Numbers of Newly Reported Cases of AIDS and Numbers of Deaths 
of Adults and Adolescents, United States, by Exposure Category, 1983-1992 
(Figure 50.1) 94 



(Continued) 



Contents (Cont.) 



National Mortality and Morbidity Data (Cont.) 

Numbers of Newly Reported Cases of Pediatric AIDS and Numbers of Deaths 
of Children Under 13, United States, by Exposure Category, 1983-1992 
(Table 51) 95 

Numbers of Newly Reported Cases of Pediatric AIDS and Numbers of Deaths 
of Children Under 13, United States, by Exposure Category, 1983-1992 
(Figure 51 .1) 95 

Technical Notes, Definitions, Codes, and Abbreviations 

Technical Notes 96 



Technical Notes, Definitions, Codes, and Abbreviations (Cont.) 

Definitions 98 

NIH Activity Codes Used in Extramural Programs 100 

Abbreviations 1 02 

Index 104 

NIH Biomedical Research and Development Price Index 

(BRDPI), Fiscal Years 1983-1993 (Inside back cover) 



Table 1 

National Expenditures for Total Health Costs, 
Total R&D, and Health R&D, 1983-1992 

(Billions of Dollars) 



National expenditures for: 



1983 



1984 



1985 



1986 



1987 



1988 



1989 



1990 



1991 (est.; 



1992 (est.) 



Total Health Costs 3 
Total R&D" 
Health R&D 



55.0 


$387.1 


$420.3 


$453.4 


$492.4 


$542.1 


$599.8 


$668.7 


$746.0 


$832.2 


89.1 


101.1 


113.8 


119.5 


125.4 


133.7 


140.8 


146.2 


150.8 


157.4 


10.8 


12.2 


13.6 


14.9 


16.9 


19.0 


20.9 


23.1 


25.8 


28.7 



3 Sources: Health Care Financing Administration and Office of Strategic Planning and Evaluation, OSPTT, NIH. 
b Sources: National Science Foundation and Ottice ot Strategic Planning and Evaluation, OSPTT, NIH. 



Figure 1.1 



Health R&D as a Percentage of Total R&D, 
and of Total Health Costs, 1983 and 1992 

(Dollars in Billions) 



Figure 1.2 



Percentage Change Since 1983 in Total 

Health Costs, Total R&D, and Health R&D, 

1984-1992 



Total R&D 



^Health R&D $10.8 (12.1%) 
1^3 




Health R&D $28.7 (18.2%) 



1992— ,.,,-, 
(est)!^ 



Total Health Costs 



.Health R&D $10.8 (3.0%) 




180% 
















- 


160 
















/ - 


140 
















f * 


120 


- 














/ / 
/ / 


100 
80 
60 


- 














Health R&D / A 

V^ • Total Health Costs . 

/,£ \ 

y " Total R&D 


40 
20 


• 


^» 


-»» 


,*» 


*> 




> 


• 


n 




i 




i 




( 




i i i i i i 



1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991(est.)1992(esL) 
Sources: HCFA, NSF and Ottice ot Strategic Planning and Evaluation, OSPTT, NIH 



Table 2 



National Support for Health R&D by Source or 
Performer, 1 983-1 993 a 

(Millions of Dollars) 



Sector 


1983 


1984 


1985 


1986 


1987 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 
(est.) 


1992 
(est.) 


1993 
(proj.) 


Total of A or B 


$10,778 


$12,154 


$13,558 


$14,894 


$16,931 


$18,996 


$20,914 


$23,094 


$25,753 


$28,717 


$30,828 



A. BY SOURCE OF FUNDS 



Government 
Federal 

NIH 
State & local 


6,117 

5,399 

(3,789) 

718 


6,883 

6,087 

(4,257) 

796 


7,669 
6,791 
(4,828) 
878 


7,924 

6,895 

(5,005) 

1,028 


9,028 

7,847 

(5,852) 

1,182 


9,725 
8,431 
(6,292) 
1,294 


10,628 
9,163 
(6,778) 

1,465 


11,418 
9,791 
(7,136) 

1,628 


12,429 
10,602 
(7,696) 

1,828 


13,626 
11,727 
(8,407) 

1,900 


14,017 
11,978 
(9,769) 
2,040 


Industry 


4,205 


4,765 


5,352 


6,188 


7,104 


8,433 


9,405 


10,717 


12,234 


13,870 


15,562 


Private nonprofit 
Foundations 
Voluntary health 

agencies 
Howard Hughes 

Medical Institute 13 
Other 


456 
89 

206 

54 
107 


506 
111 

205 

79 
112 


538 

122 

233 

51 c 
133 


782 

129 

260 

247 
146 


799 

161 

285 

183 
170 


838 

155 

323 

179 
181 


881 
129 

354 

197 
201 


959 
155 

363 

215 
226 


1,091 
178 

393 

250 
270 


1,221 
236 

420 

273 
293 


1,248 
211 

447 

268 
322 












B. BY PERFORMER 












Government 
Federal 11 
State & local 


1,813 

1,577 

236 


1,997 

1,741 

256 


2,139 

1,869 

270 


2,155 

1,848 

307 


2,388 

2,042 

346 


2,590 

2,214 

376 


2,576 

2,162 

415 


2,862 

2,403 

460 


2,991 

2,480 

511 


3,382 

2,837 

544 


3,479 

2,898 

581 


lndustry e 


3,668 


4,216 


4,660 


5,293 


6,003 


6,929 


7,901 


8,877 


10,101 


11,370 


12,620 


Private nonprofit 
Higher education 6 
Other** 


4,665 

3,779 

887 


5,245 

4,269 

976 


5,954 
4,839 
1,115 


6,471 
5,314 
1,157 


7,400 
6,048 
1,352 


8,035 
6,573 
1,462 


8,977 
7,201 
1,777 


9,575 
7,699 
1,877 


10,729 
8,684 
2,044 


11,760 
9,279 
2,481 


12,254 
9,668 
2,586 


Foreign 


631 


697 


805 


975 


1,140 


1,443 


1,459 


1,779 


1,932 


2,205 


2,475 



a Revised. 

b These figures report support tor the direct conduct of biomedical research. In addition, HHMI's Office of Grants and Special Programs provides support for scientific career development, which is not 
included here. 



c Total includes only eight months of operations due to change in fiscal year. 

d In addition to in-house research, includes program management and direct operations attributable to health R&D. 

8 Includes Federally Funded R&D Centers. 



Source: Office of Strategic Planning and Evaluation, OSPTT 



Figure 2. 1 

National Support for Health R&D by Source, 1983-1993 

(Dollars in Millions) 



$35,000 - 



30,000 - 




1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 



1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 

(est.) (est.) (proj.) 



"FY 1983=100. Constant dollars based on Biomedical R&D Price Index (see inside back cover). 
"Decrease in 1993 reflects transfer of NIAAA, NIDA, and NIMH from ADAMHA into NIH. 



Source: Office of Strategic Planning and Evaluation, OSPTT 



Table 3 

National Support for Health R&D by Source and 
Performer, 1992 (est.) 

(Millions of Dollars) 





Total 






Performer 






Source 
of support 


Federal 


State 
and local 


Industry 


Higher 

education 


Other 
nonprofit 


Foreign 


Total 


$28,717 


$2,837 


$544 


$11,370 


$9,279 


$2,481 


$2,206 


Federal 


11,727 


2,834 


117 


632 


6,182 


1,898 


63 


NIH 


(8,407) 


(1,604) 


(61) 


(378) 


(4,982) 


(1,335) 


(46) 


State & local government 


1,900 


- 


376 


2 


1,519 


3 


- 


Industry 


13,870 


- 


49 


10,737 


652 


312 


2,121 


Private nonprofit 


1,221 


4 


3 


- 


925 


268 


21 



Figure 3. 1 



Performer Distribution of Federal and Industry Health R&D Support, 1992 (est.) 



Source 
Federal $11,727 million 

NIH $8,407 million 

Industry $13,870 million 



0% 



20% 



Performer 



Federal 24% 


Higher education 53% 


Other 23% 




Federal 19% 


Higher education 59% 


Other 22% 




U.S. industry 77% 


Foreign 15% 


Other 

8% 




I 


I I 


I 





40% 



60% 



80% 



100% 



Source: Office of Strategic Planning and Evaluation, OSPTT 



Table 4 



HHS 

NIH 

Other PHS 
ADAMHA 
CDC 
FDA 
HRSA 
OASH/AHCPR 



Federal Obligations for Health R&D by Source or 
Performer, Fiscal Years 1983-1992 

(Millions of Dollars) 





1983 


1984 


1985 


1986 


1987 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 (est.) 


Total of A or B 


$5,399.3 


$6,087.1 


$6,790.8 


$6,895.3 


$7,846.5 


$8,430.6 


$9,163.2 


$9,790.6 


$10,601.6 


$11,726.5 



A. BY SOURCE OF FUNDS 



317.0 


4,800.3 


5,411.4 


5,593.6 


6,539.5 


7,090.3 


7,778.1 


8,341.2 


9,089.5 


10,058.6 


789.2 


4,257.5 


4,827.7 


5,005.0 


5,852.2 


6,291.7 


6,778.3 


7,136.5 


7,695.5 


8,406.6 


484.4 


499.0 


545.5 


556.8 


656.9 


765.6 


948.9 


1,152.1 


1,324.1 


1,575.2 


302.2 


316.4 


377.6 


396.1 


475.9 


554.8 


695.7 


891.7 


973.5 


1,158.9 


78.2 


76.4 


47.6 


52.2 


66.2 


88.7 


117.8 


95.6 


113.4 


146.9 


74.2 


72.5 


82.1 


79.4 


84.4 


91.0 


97.8 


99.0 


125.0 


135.7 


13.3 


16.2 


19.7 


12.0 


9.2 


10.0 


10.5 


10.0 


11.0 


10.2 


16.6 


17.5 


18.6 


17.1 


21.2 


21.0 


27.2 


55.8 


101.1 


123.5 



Other HHS 



43.3 



43.8 



38.2 



31.8 



30.4 



33.0 



50.9 



52.6 



69.9 



76.9 



Other agencies 

Agriculture 

Defense 

Education 

Energy 

Environmental Protection 

International Development (AID) 

Aeronautics & Space 



3 Includes FFRDCs. 



1,082.3 


1,286.8 


1,379.4 


1,301.7 


1,307.0 


1,340.3 


1,385.1 


1,449.4 


1,512.1 


1,667.8 


147.2 


147.9 


142.6 


77.6 


99.3 


107.4 


114.9 


109.8 


109.1 


119.4 


307.4 


414.2 


439.9 


496.4 


407.1 


431.0 


384.6 


429.9 


404.2 


482.9 


29.3 


41.0 


38.2 


44.0 


49.0 


55.0 


57.6 


59.3 


41.6 


48.5 


168.5 


182.7 


177.5 


164.3 


177.1 


202.0 


223.8 


272.0 


350.6 


348.8 


39.9 


43.5 


53.3 


32.2 


49.3 


27.5 


53.7 


32.4 


50.1 


37.9 


31.1 


17.7 


38.5 


29.4 


33.7 


28.9 


29.0 


16.7 


18.7 


25.9 


76.0 


110.2 


116.6 


129.9 


131.6 


131.9 


136.2 


150.3 


160.4 


163.6 



Source: Office ol Strategic Planning and Evaluation, OSPTT 

(Continued) 



Table 4 (Cont.) 



Federal Obligations for Health R&D by Source or 
Performer, Fiscal Years 1983-1992 

(Millions of Dollars) 





1983 


1984 


1985 


1986 


1987 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 (est.) 








A. BY SOURCE OF FUNDS (cont.) 












Other agencies (cont.) 






















National Science Foundation 


77.0 


86.8 


89.3 


81.4 


89.9 


86.3 


88.1 


82.3 


79.8 


76.2 


Veterans 


161.4 


190.3 


226.6 


186.2 


209.5 


215.3 


235.3 


237.7 


217.2 


270.4 


Other 


44.5 


52.4 


56.9 


60.2 


60.5 


55.1 


62.0 


59.0 


80.4 


94.2 


Total of A or B 


$5,399.3 


$6,087.1 


$6,790.8 


$6,895.3 


$7,846.5 


$8,430.6 


$9,163.2 


$9,790.6 


$10,601.6 


$11,726.5 



Intramural (Federal) 



B. BY PERFORMER 
1,574.9 1,739.0 1,867.3 1,845.3 2,039.2 2,211.2 2,158.3 2,399.4 2,476.8 2,833.8 



Extramural (non-Federal) 



3,824.4 4,348.0 4,923.5 5,050.0 5,807.3 6,219.3 7,004.9 7,391.2 8,124.7 8,892.7 



State & local government 



60.4 



65.6 



61.6 



63.4 



71.6 



77.8 



82.0 



93.6 



107.3 116.9 



Industry 3 



276.4 



361.9 363.5 



376.5 429.4 436.9 528.5 



601.5 



595.9 631.8 



Private nonprofit 
Higher education 3 
Medical schools 
Other 3 



3,450.8 

2,760.4 

(1,718.9) 

690.4 



3,875.9 

3,124.9 

(1,906.2) 

750.9 



4,450.4 

3,587.6 

(2,246.7) 

862.8 



4,564.2 

3,685.3 

(2,327.5) 

878.8 



5,242.9 
4,226.8 
(2,573.2) 
1,016.1 



5,646.1 
4,564.0 
(2,740.3) 
1,082.2 



6,324.5 
4,975.7 
(3,214.6) 
1,348.8 



6,623.0 
5,216.1 
(3,290.8) 
1,406.9 



7,365.1 
5,857.3 
(3,639.6) 
1,507.8 



8,080.6 
6,182.4 
(3,822.6) 
1,898.2 



Foreign 



36.9 



44.7 



47.9 



46.0 



63.4 



58.4 



69.9 



73.1 



56.4 



63.4 



See footnote on first page of table. 



Table 5 

National, Federal, and NIH Basic Research Support, 
Fiscal Years 1983-1992 













(Dollars 


n Millions) 














Source of support 


1983 


1984 


1985 


1986 


1987 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 
(est.) 


NIH as percentage of total 


1983 


1992 


Total national basic 


























research support 3 


$11,634 


$12,909 


$14,198 


$16,590 


$17,999 


$18,709 


$21,190 


$21,303 


$23,350 


$24,830 


20% 


20% 


Total Federal basic 


























research support 5 


6,260 


7,067 


7,819 


8,153 


8,942 


9,474 


10,602 


11,286 


12,171 


13,254 


37 


38 


NIH 


2,313 


2,625 


3,018 


3,119 


3,576 


3,795 


4,053 


4,262 


4,590 


5,019 






Other 


3,947 


4,442 


4,801 


5,034 


5,366 


5,679 


6,549 


7,024 


7,581 


8,235 






Total Federal basic 


























research support to 


























universities & colleges 5 


3,112 


3,531 


4,039 


4,132 


4,666 


4,868 


5,221 


5,548 


6,064 


6,603 


48 


47 


NIH 


1,502 


1,733 


2,024 


2,039 


2,400 


2,452 


2,552 


2,688 


2,906 


3,075 






Other 


1,610 


1,798 


2,015 


2,093 


2,266 


2,416 


2,669 


2,860 


3,158 


3,528 







Figure 5. 1 



National, Federal, and NIH Basic Research Support, Fiscal Year 1992 (est.) 




Total National Basic 
($24,830 Million) 



Total Federal Basic 
($13,254 Million) 



Total Federal Basic to Universities and Colleges 
($6,603 Million) 






* Expenditures data from NSF National Patterns of Science and Technology Resources. 

6 Obligations data from NSF survey of Federal Funds for Research and Development. 

NOTE: Total basic research figures represent all disciplines (including life sciences, psychology, physical sciences, mathematics and computer sciences, engineering, environmental sciences, and social 

sciences), and national total includes all sources (Federal, State, and local governments, industry, and private nonprofit sources). 

Source: National Science Foundation and Office of Strategic Planning and Evaluation, OSPTT, NIH 



Table 6 

NIH Technology Transfer Services, Fiscal Years 1986-1992 

(Dollars in Millions) 



1986 



1987 



1988 



1989 



1990 



1991 



1992 



Cooperative R&D Agreements 
(CRADAs), 3 total 

Newly initiated 

Ongoing 



10 



10 



26 


58 


122 


146 


113 


126 


8 


20 


42 


32 


32 


47 


18 


38 


80 


114 


81 


79 



Inventions disclosed 



102 



143 



192 



217 



232 



235 



303 



Applications filed 



87 



99 



147 



241 



254 



264 



335 



Patents issued 



32 



33 



37 



32 



51 



74 



Licenses issued 
Exclusive 
Nonexclusive 
Other 



41 


38 


45 


51 


54 


101 


88 


15 


12 


18 


13 


11 


16 


10 


26 


23 


26 


38 


43 


85 


78 


- 


3 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 



Royalties received by NIH 



$4.8 



$6.3 



$5.5 



$6.5 



$15.7 



$12.2 



1 An agreement between a Federal laboratory and one or more collaborators (usually private corporations, but may also be State and local governments and nonprofit institutions), who tor a designated 
period of time provide personnel, services, intellectual property, or information toward a joint research project. As an incentive for participation, the collaborating party may be granted, in advance, an 
exclusive right to license any resulting invention. The purpose of the CRADA is to make Federal facilities, scientific know-how, and existing intellectual property available tor collaborative interactions 
with industry scientists, and for development of scientific and technological knowledge into useful, marketable products. 

Source: Office of Technology Transfer, OSPTT 



Figure 6. 1 
NIH Technology Transfer Services, Fiscal Years 1986-1992 



Total CRADAs 
(Number) 



Licenses and Patents Issued and 
Royalties Received by NIH 




120 - 



100 



■3 60 



40 



■ Patents 
□ Licenses 
ES3 Royalties 




1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 



1986 







- $16 



12 



CO 

o 
o 



o 



1989 1990 1991 1992 



Source: Office of Technology Transfer, OSPTT 



10 



Table 7 



NIH Appropriations by NIH Component, 
Fiscal Years 1983-1993 

(Dollars in Thousands) 



NIH 


1983 


1984 


1985 


1986 


1987 a 


1988 


1989 b 


1990° 


1991 


1992 


1993 d 


Percentage 
change 


component 


1983-93 


1992-93 


Total 


$4,320,255 


$4,810,345 


$5,520,191 


$5,886,170 


$6,691,128 


$7,243,222 


$7,885,357 


$8,495,328 


$9,330,503 


$10,065,684 


$10,326,603 


139.0% 


2.6% 


Former ADAMHA components' 1 
























Subtotal 


296,286 


334,204 


375,541 


391,772 


510,468 


576,529 


733,150 


918,976 


1,053,764 


1,130,866 


1,164,076 


292.9 


2.9 


NIAAA 


43,038 


54,827 


61,677 


66,395 


83,357 


92,763 


120,051 


149,194 


158,141 


171,481 


176,619 


310.4 


3.0 


NIDA 


61,704 


71,098 


81,130 


83,311 


139,307 


156,252 


228,171 


329,560 


383,656 


399,100 


403,806 


554.4 


1.2 


NIMH 


191,544 


208,279 


232,734 


242,066 


287,804 


327,514 


384,928 


440,222 


511,967 


560,285 


583,651 


204.7 


4.2 


Other NIH components 


























Subtotal 


4,023,969 


4,476,141 


5,144,650 


5,494,398 


6,180,660 


6,666,693 


7,152,207 


7,576,352 


8,276,739 


8,934,818 


9,162,527 


127.7 


2.5 


NIA 


93,996 


114,921 


144,444 


156,352 


176,931 


194,746 


222,643 


239,455 


323,752 


383,611 


399,924 


325.5 


4.3 


NIAID 


279,129 


314,117 


370,779 


383,231 


545,523 


638,800 


744,152 


832,977 


906,251 


960,914 


979,471 


250.9 


1.9 


NIAODK 


413,492 


462,578 


542,937 


568,724, 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


NIAMS 


- 


- 


- 


- 


138,713 


147,679 


159,897 


168,930 


193,247 


203,913 


212,456 


- 


4.2 


NCI 


987,642 


1,077,303 


1,181,949 


1,256,147 


1,402,837 


1,469,327 


1,571,879 


1,634,332 


1,714,784 


1,951,541 


1,981,350 


100.6 


1.5 


NICHD 


254,324 


275,179 


313,150 


321,581 


366,780 


396,811 


425,649 


442,914 


478,956 


519,724 


527,788 


107.5 


1.6 


NIDCD 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


91,677 


117,583 


134,935 


149,102 


154,814 


- 


3.8 



a In 1987, NIAMS, NIDDK, and NCNR appropriations were new. 

b In 1989, NIDCD and NINDS appropriations were new. 

c In 1990, NCHGR appropriation was new, and DRR was reorganized and renamed NCRR. 

* In 1993, ADAMHA was reorganized and renamed SAMHSA, and its three research institutes were transferred to NIH. Also, NCNR was made an institute and renamed NINR. 

8 Includes AIDS funds appropriated to OD but transferred out to be awarded and administered. Also includes funds for NCNR which were administered under OD in 1986. 

Source: Division of Financial Management 
(Continued) 



11 



Table 7 (Cont.) 



NIH Appropriations by NIH Component, 
Fiscal Years 1983-1993 



(Dollars in Thousands) 



NIH 


1983 


1984 


1985 


1986 


1987 a 


1988 


1989" 


1990 c 


1991 


1992 


1993 d 


Percentage 
change 


component 


1983-93 


1992-93 


Other NIH components (cont.) 
























NIDR 


$79,292 


$88,163 


$100,633 


$103,207 


$117,945 


$126,297 


$130,752 


$135,749 


$148,918 


$159,240 


$161,301 


103.4% 


1.3% 


NIDDK 


- 


- 


- 


- 


511,124 


534,733 


559,538 


581,477 


615,272 


662,678 


681,342 


- 


2.8 


NIEHS 


164,867 


179,806 


194,553 


197,379 


209,294 


215,666 


223,454 


229,234 


241,028 


252,031 


251,187 


52.4 


-0.3 


NEI 


141,901 


154,683 


181,586 


194,993 


216,637 


224,947 


231,230 


236,533 


253,241 


270,300 


276,188 


94.6 


2.2 


NIGMS 


369,813 


415,644 


482,168 


514,528 


570,916 


632,676 


682,349 


681,782 


760,010 


815,134 


832,581 


125.1 


2.1 


NHLBI 


624,259 


703,197 


804,456 


858,570 


930,001 


965,536 


1,045,985 


1,072,354 


1,126,942 


1,191,500 


1,214,793 


94.6 


2.0 


NINCDS 


297,064 


335,205 


396,683 


433,094 


490,233 


534,692 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


NINDS 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


474,943 


490,409 


541,743 


581,847 


600,078 


- 


3.1 


DRR/NCRR 


213,917 


242,636 


303,854 


305,553 


322,860 


368,153 


358,608 


353,734 


335,255 


314,551 


312,468 


46.1 


-0.7 


FIC 


10,147 


11,336 


11,578 


11,390 


11,420 


15,651 


15,848 


15,516 


17,519 


19,609 


19,733 


94.5 


0.6 


NCHGR 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


59,538 


87,418 


104,878 


106,239 


- 


1.3 


NCNR/NINR 


- 


- 


- 


- 


19,000 


23,380 


29,139 


33,513 


39,722 


44,970 


48,119 


- 


7.0 


NLM 


51,943 


49,613 


55,848 


57,759 


61,838 


67,910 


73,731 


81,861 


91,408 


103,323 


103,639 


99.5 


0.3 


OD 


24,683 


26,720 


38,302 


116,990 e 


56,708 


61,819 


72,201 


107,419 


97,651 


142,112 


190,325 


671.1 


33.9 


Buildings & 
facilities 


17,500 


25,040 


21,730 


14,900 


31,900 


47,870 


38,532 


61,042 


168,687 


103,840 


108,731 


521.3 


4.7 



See footnotes on first page of table. 



12 



Table 8 



NIH Obligations by NIH Component, 
Fiscal Years 1983-1992 in Current and Constant Dollars 

(Millions of Dollars) 



NIH 

component 


1983 


1984 


1985 


1986 


1987 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 


CURRENT DOLLARS 


Total 


$4,013.1 


$4,493.6 


$5,121.6 


$5,297.0 


$6,175.0 


$6,610.4 


$7,158.0 


$7,581.5 


$8,154.1 


$8,879.4 


NIA 


93.9 


115.2 


143.0 


150.9 


177.5 


194.5 


222.5 


238.9 


323.8 


382.9 


NIAID 


278.9 


319.6 


370.0 


367.1 


545.4 


638.5 


740.2 


831.2 


906.0 


960.1 


NIADDK 


413.4 


463.7 


539.5 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


NIAMS 


- 


- 


- 


111.3 


138.7 


147.5 


159.9 


168.5 


193.4 


203.5 


NCI 


986.8 a 


1,081.5 


1,177.9 


1,210.3 


1,402.8 


1,468.4 


1,570.3 


1,644.3 


1,712.7 


1,947.6 


NICHD 


254.3 


275.5 


312.6 


308.2 


366.7 


396.6 


425.3 


442.0 


478.9 


518.6 


NIDCD 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


94.3 


117.3 


135.0 


148.7 


NIDR 


79.3 


88.4 


100.4 


98.8 


117.9 


126.2 


130.7 


135.4 


148.7 


158.9 


NIDDK 


- 


- 


- 


436.0 


510.9 


534.4 


559.3 


580.0 


615.3 


661.4 


NIEHS 


164.6 a 


180.4 


194.5 


188.8 


209.3 


215.4 


223.3 


228.7 


240.6 


251.5 


NEI 


141.6 


155.0 


181.3 


186.3 


216.5 


224.8 


231.0 


236.5 


253.4 


269.8 


NIGMS 


369.8 


415.9 


481.0 


493.5 


570.9 


632.6 


682.1 


680.3 


761.2 


818.3 


NHLBI 


624.1 


705.1 


803.8 


821.9 


930.0 


965.3 


1,045.5 


1,070.7 


1,125.9 


1,190.1 


NINCDS 


296.3 


336.0 


396.2 


414.4 


490.1 


534.5 


- 


- 


- 


- 


NINDS 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


471.6 


489.3 


542.3 


580.8 


DRR/NCRR 


213.7 


243.0 


303.6 


292.4 


322.8 


344.1 


381.9 


353.8 


335.8 


314.2 


FIC 


10.1 


11.2 


11.6 


10.9 


11.4 


15.6 


15.7 


15.5 


17.5 


19.6 


NCHGR 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


59.5 


87.4 


104.8 


NCNR 


- 


- 


- 


16.2 


19.9 


23.4 


29.1 


33.5 


39.9 


44.9 


NLM 


46.0 


50.6 


55.2 


55.2 


61.7 


67.7 


78.8 


81.7 


91.2 


98.9 


OD 


25.7 


27.0 


35.4 


114.7 


56.9 


61.7 


72.1 


107.1 


95.9 


143.5 


Buildings and 






















facilities 


14.5 


25.6 


15.7 


19.9 


25.8 


19.0 


24.2 


67.2 


49.3 


61.3 



a National Toxicology Program funding was transferred from NCI to NIEHS in 1983. 

6 FY 1983=100. Constant dollars are based on the Biomedical R&D Price Index (see inside back cover). 



Source: Division of Financial Management 
(Continued) 



13 



Table 8 (Cont.) 



NIH Obligations by NIH Component, 
Fiscal Years 1983-1992 in Current and Constant Dollars 



(Millions of Dollars) 



NIH 

component 


1983 


1984 


1985 


1986 


1987 1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 


CONSTANT DOLLARS » 


Total 


$4,013.0 


$4,246.3 


$4,605.1 


$4,571.7 


$5,059.7 $5,156.1 


$5,305.1 


$5,329.0 


$5,459.5 


$5,667.9 



NIA 


93.9 


108.9 


128.6 


130.2 


145.4 


151.7 


164.9 


167.9 


216.8 


244.4 


NIAID 


278.9 


302.0 


332.7 


316.8 


446.9 


498.0 


548.6 


584.3 


606.6 


612.8 


NIADDK 


413.4 


438.2 


485.1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


NIAMS 


- 


- 


- 


96.1 


113.6 


115.1 


118.5 


118.4 


129.5 


129.9 


NCI 


986.8 a 


1,021.9 


1,059.1 


1,044.6 


1,149.4 


1,145.4 


1,163.9 


1,155.8 


1,146.7 


1,243.2 


NICHD 


254.3 


260.3 


281.1 


266.0 


300.5 


309.4 


315.2 


310.7 


320.6 


331.0 


NIDCD 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


69.9 


82.5 


90.4 


94.9 


NIDR 


79.3 ' 


83.5 


90.3 


85.3 


96.6 


98.4 


96.9 


95.2 


99.6 


101.4 


NIDDK 


- 


- 


- 


376.3 


418.6 


416.8 


414.5 


407.7 


412.0 


422.2 


NIEHS 


164.6 a 


170.5 


174.9 


163.0 


171.5 


168.0 


165.5 


160.8 


161.1 


160.5 


NEI 


141.6 


146.5 


163.0 


160.8 


177.4 


175.4 


171.2 


166.2 


169.7 


172.2 


NIGMS 


369.8 


393.0 


432.5 


425.9 


467.8 


493.4 


505.6 


478.2 


509.6 


522.3 


NHLBI 


624.1 


666.3 


722.7 


709.4 


762.0 


753.0 


774.9 


752.6 


753.8 


759.7 


NINCDS 
NINDS 


296.3 


317.5 


356.2 


357.7 


401.6 


416.9 


349.5 


343.9 


363.1 


370.7 


DRR/NCRR 
FIC 

NCHGR 
NCNR 


213.7 
10.1 


229.6 
10.6 


273.0 
10.4 


252.4 
9.4 

14.0 


264.5 
9.3 

16.3 


268.4 
12.2 

18.3 


283.1 
11.6 

21.6 


248.7 
10.9 
41.8 
23.5 


224.8 
11.7 
58.5 
26.7 


200.6 
12.5 
66.9 
28.7 


NLM 
OD 


46.0 
25.7 


47.8 
25.5 


49.6 

31.8 


47.6 
99.0 


50.6 
46.6 


52.8 

48.1 


58.4 
53.4 


57.4 
75.3 


61.1 
64.2 


63.2 

91.6 


Buildings and 
facilities 


14.5 


24.2 


14.1 


17.2 


21.1 


14.8 


17.9 


47.2 


33.0 


39.2 



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Table 9 



NIH Obligations by NIH Component, Program Activity, 
and Function/Mechanism, Fiscal Year 1992 











(Thousands of Dollars) 














Total 


Research grants 


R&D 


Research 


training 


Direct activities 




NIH component 














Research 


Other 


and program activity 




Project 


Center 


Other 


contracts 


Indiv. 


Inst. 


Intramural 
research 


mgt. & 
support 


obligations 


Total NIH 


$8,879,398 


$4,898,993 


$787,133 


$446,644 


$638,336 


$49,224 


$264,790« 


$1,016,388 


$457,341 


$320,549 


NIA 


382,882 


230,900 


46,754 


13,742 


20,873 


698 


10,814 


37,378 


21,723 


- 


Aging 


323,781 


230,900 


46,754 


13,742 


20,873 


698 


10,814 


- 


- 


- 


Intramural research 


37,378 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


37,378 


- 


- 


Research mgt. and support 


21,723 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


21,723 


- 


NIAID 


960,082 


594,132 


17,287 


15,907 


140,212 


3,587 


17,379 


119,906 


51,672 


- 


Allergy, immunology, 






















and transplantation 


185,433 


163,583 


5,476 


3,814 


4,653 


1,328 


6,579 


- 


- 


- 


Microbiology and infectious 






















diseases 


603,071 


430,549 


11,811 


12,093 


135,559 


2,259 


10,800 


- 


- 


- 


Intramural research 


119,906 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


119,906 


- 


- 


Research mgt. and support 


51,672 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


51,672 


- 


NIAMS 


203,516 


137,712 


22,520 


6,731 


4,311 


1,145 


5,709 


15,606 


9,782 


_ 


Arthritis, musculoskeletal, 






















and skin diseases 


178,128 


137,712 


22,520 


6,731 


4,311 


1,145 


5,709 


- 


- 


- 


Intramural research 


15,606 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


15,606 


- 


- 


Research mgt. and support 


9,782 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


9,782 


- 


NCI 


1,947,571 


873,857 


144,785 


114,967 


201,180 


4,115 


33,028 


359,508 


96,562 


119,569 


Research 


1,609,739 


873,857 


- 


92,765 


201,180 


- 


- 


359,508 


82,391 


38 


Cancer causation 


545,109 


331,634 


- 


4,621 


70,867 


- 


- 


111,445 


26,542 


- 


Detection and diagnosis 


134,765 


83,976 


- 


205 


14,669 


- 


- 


28,850 


7,065 


- 


Treatment 


611,008 


241,967 


- 


79,402 


109,771 


- 


- 


149,125 


30,705 


38 


Cancer biology 


318,857 


216,280 


- 


8,537 


5,873 


- 


- 


70,088 


18,079 


- 



! NLM does not use NRSAs to support training. 

' Funds appropriated to OD but (except tor $9,232 million lor administrative support lor AIDS research, 
Health, and the Women's Health Initiative) transferred out to be awarded and administered. 



the Office of Alternative Medicine, Office of Minority Programs. Office of Research on Women's 

Source: Division of Financial Management 
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Table 9 (Cont.j 



NIH Obligations by NIH Component, Program Activity, 
and Function/Mechanism, Fiscal Year 1992 

(Thousands of Dollars) 





Total 


Research grants 


R&D 
contracts 


Research training 


Direct activities 




NIH component 
and program activity 


Project 


Center 


Other 


Indiv. 


Inst. 


Intramural 
research 


Research 
mgt. & 


Other 
obligations 




















support 




NCI (cont.) 






















Resource development 


$222,919 


- 


$144,785 


$22,202 


- 


$4,115 


$33,028 


- 


$6,789 


$12,000 


Cancer centers 


146,286 


- 


144,785 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,501 


- 


Research manpower 






















development 


64,360 


- 


- 


22,202 


- 


4,115 


33,028 


- 


5,015 


- 


Construction 


12,273 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


273 


12,000 


Cancer prevention & control 


114,913 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7,382 


107,531 


NICHD 


518,577 


$279,753 


48,165 


29,141 


$47,101 


2,796 


14,667 


$68,344 


28,610 


- 


Research for mothers 






















and children 


272,616 


186,294 


24,409 


23,838 


27,248 


1,659 


9,168 


- 


- 


- 


Population research 


141,737 


87,991 


23,756 


5,292 


19,394 


1,137 


4,167 


- 


- 


- 


Medical rehabilitation 






















research 


7,270 


5,468 


- 


11 


459 


- 


1,332 


- 


- 


- 


Intramural research 


68,344 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


68,344 


- 


- 


Research mgt. and support 


28,610 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


28,610 


- 


NIDCD 


148,748 


102,988 


16,303 


5,624 


4,107 


761 


3,429 


8,168 


7,368 


- 


Deafness and other com- 






















munication disorders 


133,212 


102,988 


16,303 


5,624 


4,107 


761 


3,429 


- 


- 


- 


Intramural research 


8,168 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8,168 


- 


- 


Research mgt. and support 


7,368 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7,368 


- 


NIDR 


158,900 


75,542 


18,298 


12,712 


5,357 


978 


5,073 


31,305 


9,635 


- 


Oral disorders and diseases 






















research 


117,960 


75,542 


18,298 


12,712 


5,357 


978 


5,073 


- 


- 


- 


Intramural research 


31,305 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


31 ,305 


- 


- 


Research mgt. and support 


9,635 


- 


" 


" 


" 








9,635 





See footnotes on first page of table. 



(Continued) 



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Table 9 (Cont.) 



NIH Obligations by NIH Component, Program Activity, 
and Function/Mechanism, Fiscal Year 1992 

(Thousands of Dollars) 





Total 


Research grants 


R&D 


Research training 


Direct activities 




NIH component 












Research 


Other 


and program activity 




Project 


Center 


Other 


contracts 


Indiv. 


Inst. 


Intramural „„, . 

research m9 '- * 
support 


obligations 


NIDDK 


$661,446 


$453,284 


$40,559 


$21,353 


$16,622 


$3,922 


$20,795 


$80,443 $24,468 


- 


Diabetes, endocrinology, 




















and metabolism 


276,383 


220,163 


19,193 


13,447 


12,225 


1,835 


9,520 


- 


- 


Digestive diseases and 




















nutrition 


130,371 


102,932 


15,832 


3,572 


1,229 


1,088 


5,718 


- 


- 


Kidney disease, urology, 




















and hematology 


149,781 


130,189 


5,534 


4,334 


3,168 


999 


5,557 


- 


- 


Intramural research 


80,443 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


80,443 


- 


Research mgt. and support 


24,468 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


24,468 


- 


NIEHS 


251,484 


82,068 


16,934 


3,561 


57,868 


1,337 


9,569 


70,933 9,214 


_ 


Biological response to 




















environmental health 




















hazards 


73,215 


71,137 


- 


2,078 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Applied toxicological 




















research and testing 


58,698 


5,149 


- 


1,245 


52,304 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Biometry and risk 




















estimation 


11,584 


5,782 


- 


238 


5,564 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Resource and manpower 




















development 


27,840 


- 


< 16,934 


- 


- 


1,337 


9,569 


- 


- 


Intramural research 


70,933 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


70,933 


- 


Research mgt. and support 


9,214 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


9,214 


- 


NEI 


269,766 


179,886 


7,650 


29,421 


5,049 


2,157 


5,127 


29,454 11,022 


_ 


Retinal and choroidal 




















diseases 


105,790 


76,635 


4,580 


17,402 


3,626 


1,167 


2,380 


- 


- 


Anterior segment 




















diseases 


75,034 


62,430 


1,789 


8,000 


1,423 


207 


1,185 


- 


- 


Strabismus, amblyopia, 




















and visual processing 


48,466 


40,821 


1,281 


4,019 


- 


783 


1,562 


- 


- 


Intramural research 


29,454 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


29,454 


- 


Research mgt. and support 


11,022 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


11,022 


- 



See footnotes on first page of table. 



(Continued! 



17 



Table 9 (Cont.) 



NIH Obligations by NIH Component, Program Activity, 
and Function/Mechanism, Fiscal Year 1992 

(Thousands of Dollars) 





Total 


Research grants 


R&D 


Research training 


Direct activities 




NIH component 














Research 


Other 


and program activity 




Project 


Center 


Other 


contracts 


Indiv. 


Inst. 


Intramural 
research 


mgt. & 
support 


obligations 


NIGMS 


$818,297 


$647,962 


$6,752 


$40,155 


$5,443 


$14,158 


$77,681 


$1,109 


$25,037 


- 


Cellular and molecular 






















basis of disease 


223,759 


204,320 


- 


1,129 


110 


2,157 


16,043 


- 


- 


- 


Genetics 


231,973 


211,505 


- 


2,785 


5,032 


4,429 


8,222 


- 


- 


- 


Pharmacological sciences 


118,899 


101,574 


2,722 


207 


10 


2,368 


12,018 


- 


- 


- 


Biophysics and 






















physiological sciences 


169,199 


130,563 


4,030 


2,844 


271 


1,657 


29,834 


- 


- 


- 


Minority opportunities in 






















research 


48,321 


- 


- 


33,190 


20 


3,547 


11,564 


- 


- 


- 


Minority biomedical 






















research support 


33,190 


- 


- 


33,190 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Minority access to 






















research careers 


13,514 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,950 


11,564 


- 


- 


- 


Special minority initiatives 


1,617 


- 


- 


- 


20 


1,597 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Intramural research 


1,109 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,109 


- 


- 


Research mgt. and support 


25,037 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


25,037 


- 


NHLBI 


1,190,070 


736,232 


96,510 


47,656 


107,671 


6,383 


40,350 


97,060 


58,208 


- 


Heart and vascular 






















diseases 


619,528 


469,469 


40,665 


25,310 


57,714 


3,787 


22,583 


- 


- 


- 


Lung diseases 


203,404 


134,243 


28,602 


11,148 


16,977 


1,443 


10,991 


- 


- 


- 


Blood diseases and 






















resources 


211,870 


132,520 


27,243 


11,198 


32,980 


1,153 


6,776 


- 


- 


- 


Intramural research 


97,060 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


97,060 


- 


- 


Research mgt. and support 


58,208 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


~ 


~ 


* 


58,208 


~ 


NINDS 


580,790 


398,045 


31,455 


19,300 


17,050 


4,174 


9,171 


75,754 


25,841 


- 


Biological basis research 


287,521 


258,598 


- 


9,286 


9,965 


3,856 


5,816 


- 


- 


- 


Clinical research 


191,674 


139,447 


31,455 


10,014 


7,085 


318 


3,355 


- 


- 


- 


Intramural research 


75,754 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


75,754 


- 


- 


Research mgt. and support 


25,841 


- 


~ 


— 


" 








25,841 





See footnotes on first page of table. 



(Continued) 



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Table 9 (Cont.) 



NIH Obligations by NIH Component, Program Activity, 
and Function/Mechanism, Fiscal Year 1992 











(Thousands of Dollars) 












Total 


Research grants 


R&D 
contracts 


Research training 


Direct activities 




NIH component 
and program activity 


Project 


Center 


Other 


Indiv. 


Inst. 


Intramural Re A e . a f 
research support 


Other 
obligations 


FIC 


$19,574 


- 


- 


$12,431 


- 


- 


- 


$7,143 


- 


International research 
activities 


12,431 


_ 


_ 


12,431 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Research mgt. and support 


7,143 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7,143 


- 


NCHGR 


104,756 


$60,696 


$29,736 


4,008 


$1,287 


$808 


$3,301 


4,920 


- 


Human genome 
research 


99,836 


60,696 


29,736 


4,008 


1,287 


808 


3,301 


_ 


_ 


Research mgt. and support 


4,920 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4,920 


- 


NCNR 


44,925 


31,551 


1,667 


2,079 


223 


2,020 


2,369 


$725 4,291 


- 


Nursing research 


39,909 


31,551 


1,667 


2,079 


223 


2,020 


2,369 


- 


- 


Intramural research 


725 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


725 


- 


Research mgt. and support 


4,291 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4,291 


- 


NCRR 


314,198 


14,385 


241,758 


37,616 


3,982 


185 


2,512 


13,760 


_ 


Clinical research 


127,111 


657 


125,320 


910 


224 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Biomedical research 
technology 


46,264 


4,614 


37,175 


2,189 


2,255 


31 


_ 


_ _ 




Comparative medicine 


72,412 


4,899 


54,228 


10,282 


337 


154 


2,512 


- 


- 


Biological models and 
materials research 


8,369 


4,215 


1,563 


1,425 


1,166 




_ 


_ _ 


. 


Biomedical research support 


22,810 


- 


- 


22,810 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Research centers in 
minority institutions 


23,472 


_ 


23,472 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ _ 


_ 


Research mgt. and support 


13,760 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


13,760 


- 



See footnotes on first page of table. 



(Continued) 



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Table 9 (Cont.) 



NIH Obligations by NIH Component, Program Activity, 
and Function/Mechanism, Fiscal Year 1992 

(Thousands of Dollars) 



NIH component 
and program activity 



Total 



Research grants 



Project 



Center 



Other 



R&D 
contracts 



Research training 



Indiv. 



Inst. 



Direct activities 



Intramural 
research 



Research 
mgt. & 
support 



Other 
obligations 



NLM 

Medical library assistance 
Medical informatics 
Intramural activities 
Research mgt. and support 

OD 

Director's discretionary 
fund b 

Academic research 
enhancement awards 

AIDS research b 

Diagnostic radiological 
research 

Science education 

Office of alternative 
medicine 5 

Office of minority programs b 

Office of research on 
women's health 15 

Women's health initiative b 

Extramural construction 

Research mgt. and support 

Buildings and facilities 



$98,937 

15,071 

11,667 

64,274 

7,925 

143,542 

17,876 

14,245 
15,113 

1,989 
1,983 

1,968 
10,106 

9,787 
22,877 

7,438 
40,160 

61,337 



$15,995 
4,416 
11,579 



14,245 



14,245 



$3,816 a 

3,81 6 a 



$20,695 



20,695 



$7,925 



7,925 



40,160 



40,160 



$50,506 

6,839 

88 

43,579 



89,137 

17,876 

15,113 

1,989 
1,983 

1,968 
10.106 

9,787 

22,877 

7,438 

61,337 



See footnotes on first page of table. 



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Table 10 



NIH Obligations by Function/Mechanism, 
Fiscal Years 1983-1992 











(Thousands of Dollars) 












Function/ 
mechanism 


1983 


1984 


1985 


1986 1987 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 


Total 


$4,013,135 


$4,493,553 


$5,121,557 


$5,296,977 $6,175,038 


$6,610,430 


$7,157,978 


$7,581,484 


$8,154,101 


$8,879,398 



Grants & contracts 


3,227,751 


3,637,832 


4,224,397 


4,327,001 


5,126,267 


5,475,499 


5,901,954 


6,122,206 


6,629,225 


7,170,633 


Research grants 


2,686,438 


3,061,235 


3,554,860 


3,691,860 


4,334,668 


4,669,870 


4,997,766 


5,176,475 


5,634,209 


6,102,530 


R&D contracts 


320,090 


344,642 


375,176 


351 ,550 


481,867 


496,993 


543,184 


568,022 


597,315 


638,336 


Research training 


164,654 


166,462 


217,467 


212,780 


232,725 


238,954 


255,558 


285,954 


304,962 


310,198 


Cancer control 


53,569 


63,282 


63,794 


61,372 


67,457 


69,682 


74,100 


75,433 


85,390 


107,569 


Construction 


3,000 


2,211 


13,100 


9,439 


9,550 


- 


31,345 


16,322 


7,349 


12,000 


Direct activities 


699,147 


752,540 


790,905 


780,125 


904,393 


986,486 


1,080,937 


1,203,226 


1,288,525 


1,404,949 


Intramural research 


498,210 


539,514 


571,595 


571,602 


665,311 


715,039 


782,184 


860,029 


922,986 


995,693 



Research manage- 
ment and support 3 200,937 213,026 219j310 208,523 239,082 271,447 298,754 343,197 365,539 409,256 



NLM 



45,980 50,624 55,184 55,206 61,675 67,700 78,798 81,683 91,182 98,937 



OD 



25,726 26,976 35,396 114,712 56,917 61,716 72,071 107,129 95,853 143,542 



Buildings and 
facilities 



14,531 



25,581 



15,675 19,933 



25,786 



19,029 



24,218 



67,240 



49,316 



61,337 



1 Management of extramural programs, ODs ol ICDs, and some management costs applicable to overall operations. 



Source: Division ol Financial Management 



21 



Table 11 



NIH Obligations for Selected Disease Areas 9 by NIH Component, 
Fiscal Year 1992 

(Millions of Dollars) 



Disease area 


Total 


NIA 


NIAID 


NIAMS 


NCI 


NICHD 


NIDCD 


NIDR 


NIDDK 


NIEHS 


NEI 


NIGMS 


NHLBI 


NINDS 


NCRR 


Other" 


Alzheimer's 


































disease 


$250.9 


$197.1 


$1.6 


$1.8 


$0.5 


$0.7 


$1.0 


$0.4 


$2.0 


$0.4 


$0.1 


- 


$2.0 


$38.8 


$1.2 


$3.2 


Arthritis & related 


































musculoskeletal 


































disorders 


151.3 


3.1 


24.9 


76.0 


1.8 


2.5 


- 


9.8 


19.8 


- 


1.8 


$0.4 


2.2 


2.0 


5.2 


1.8 


Bone marrow 


94.5 


- 


6.2 


1.0 


39.0 


- 


- 


0.3 


5.9 


1.9 


- 


- 


37.9 


0.6 


1.8 


- 


Cystic fibrosis 


53.1 


- 


11.3 


0.2 


0.3 


0.6 


- 


2.7 


19.1 


- 


0.4 


- 


16.0 


- 


0.9 


1.7 


Diabetes 


































& related 
research 


277.4 


4.8 


4.6 


- 


1.0 


11.5 


- 


1.6 


184.5 


0.4 


20.9 


2.3 


19.6 


5.0 


19.1 


2.1 


Huntington's 
disease 


39.4 


2.2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


37.2 


- 


- 


Immunization 


232.3 


0.8 


145.0 


0.1 


49.9 


7.1 


1.2 


6.7 


1.7 


- 


1.2 


- 


4.9 


0.8 


10.1 


2.9 


Infant mortality 


227.8 


- 


88.9 


8.7 


1.3 


71.9 


0.2 


0.3 


1.3 


7.0 


2.8 


- 


22.7 


8.5 


6.6 


7.6 


Mental 
retardation 


98.9 


- 


25.5 


- 


- 


53.6 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


19.2 


0.7 


- 


Pediatric AIDS 


126.5 


- 


65.0 


- 


10.9 


29.4 


-- 


2.2 


0.4 


- 


- 


- 


7.9 


3.4 


6.5 


0.6 


Rural health 


47.3 


5.6 


- 


- 


24.4 


- 


- 


0.5 


- 


0.6 


- 


- 


6.8 


- 


0.2 


9.2 


Sexually 
transmitted 
diseases 


67.0 




34.8 


_ 


21.4 


3.5 


- 


0.4 


- 


- 


1.4 


- 


0.6 


0.5 


4.3 


0.1 


Stroke 


99.4 


3.8 


- 


- 


- 


0.7 


7.3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


0.8 


19.8 


65.2 


0.6 


1.2 



a Identified by Congress tor reporting in the FY 1994 PHS Supplemental Budget Data (Moyer Material). For AIDS obligations, see Tables 16 and 1 7. 
b Includes FIC, NCHGR, NCNR, NLM, OQ, and buildings and facilities. 



Source: Division of Financial Management 



22 



Table 12 



NIH Obligations for the Initiatives of the 

Federal Coordinating Council for Science, 

Engineering, and Technology (FCCSET), 

by NIH Component, Fiscal Year 1992 

(Thousands of Dollars) 



NIH 

component 


Total 


Advanced 
materials 


Biotechnology 
research 


Global 
change 
research 


High performance 
computing and 
communications 


Science 

education 

and training 


Total 


$3,569,644 


$79,530 


$3,067,160 


$2,924 


$42,491 


$377,539 


NIA 


28,147 


- 


13,000 


- 


- 


15,147 


NIAID 


234,286 


10,368 


199,843 


- 


- 


24,075 


NIAMS 


27,105 


6,221 


13,938 


- 


- 


6,946 


NCI 


1,262,802 


3,570 


1,199,440 


- 


5,627 


54,165 


NICHD 


130,448 


2,450 


106,846 


- 


- 


21,152 


NIDCD 


15,475 


- 


10,133 


_ 


_ 


5,342 


NIDR 


57,058 


12,878 


37,384 


- 


- 


6,796 


NIDDK 


164,072 


11,400 


124,100 


- 


- 


28,572 


NIEHS 


43,088 


- 


27,373 


2,924 


- 


12,791 


NEI 


124,158 


10,968 


104,525 


_ 


_ 


8,665 


NIGMS 


785,038 


1,302, 


690,839 


- 


- 


92,897 


NHLBI 


295,038 


13,775 


230,059 


- 


- 


51,204 


NINDS 


55,768 


2,228 


37,709 


- 


- 


15,831 


FIC 


400 


- 


360 


_ 


_ 


40 


NCHGR 


104,887 


- 


99,836 


- 


- 


5,051 


NCNR 


4,585 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4,585 


NCRR 


187,482 


4,370 


156,450 


- 


12,593 


14,069 


NLM 


36,469 


- 


15,325 


_ 


17,475 


3,669 


OD 


13,338 


- 


- 


- 


6,796 a 


6,542 



a Includes obligations for DCRT. 



Source: Division ol Financial Management 



Table 13 



23 



NIH Obligations for International Programs 
by Activity and NIH Component, Fiscal Year 1992 

(Thousands of Dollars) 





Total 


Research grants 


Contracts 


Training awards 


Inter- 
national 
travel 




NIH 

component 


Foreign 

grants & 

cooperative 

agreements 


Foreign 
components 
of domestic 

grants 


Special 
foreign 
currency 
grants 3 


Foreign 
contracts 


Foreign 
components 
of domestic 

contracts 


Foreign 

scientists 

in U.S. 


U.S. 

scientists 

abroad 


Bilateral 
exchanges 


ICD 

program 
support 


Total 


$159,255 


$29,270 


$19,657 


$2,718 


$24,028 


$1,649 


$63,633 


$2,039 


$4,496 


$1,984 


$9,781 


NIA 


5,250 


1,033 


2,077 


- 


- 


343 


1,634 


- 


50 


52 


61 


NIAID 


22,888 


2,840 


4,823 


108 


8,686 


19 


5,405 


27 


- 


460 


520 


NIAMS 


2,340 


291 


316 


121 


150 


- 


1,164 


- 


218 


27 


53 


NCI 


39,247 


6,741 


4,056 


1,854 


9,506 


804 


14,025 


140 


1,308 


445 


368 


NICHD 


9,486 


881 


1,628 


58 


1,483 


333 


4,198 


114 


440 


175 


176 


NIDCD 


1,024 


314 


172 


- 


- 


- 


497 


22 


- 


14 


5 


NIDR 


3,915 


901 


439 


- 


78 


- 


2,411 


- 


- 


58 


28 


NIDDK 


10,521 


2,532 


418 


72 


- 


- 


7,060 


- 


179 


112 


148 


NIEHS 


4,689 


890 


203 


88 


417 


- 


2,554 


- 


245 


127 


165 


NEI 


5,971 


1,571 


236 


- 


1,423 


- 


2,315 


51 


98 


91 


186 


NIGMS 


2,265 


1,757 


266 


- 


- 


- 


- 


238 


- 


4 


- 


NHLBI 


13,509 


2,897 


2,029 


270 


2,285 


- 


4,718 


44 


630 


87 


549 


NINDS 


13,635 


6,352 


1,229 


147 


- 


57 


5,431 


168 


136 


115 


- 


FIC 


19,574 


_ 


818 


- 


- 


- 


10,376 


1,235 


346 


56 


6,743 


NCHGR 


585 


- 


190 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


384 


11 


- 


NCNR 


12 


- 


6 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6 


- 


NCRR 


1,614 


270 


751 


- 


- 


43 


351 


- 


35 


39 


125 


NLM 


675 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


458 


- 


- 


54 


163 


CC, DCRT, 
DRG, & OD 


2,055 


- 


- 


- 


- 


50 


1,036 


- 


427 


51 


491 



a Special foreign currency funds (P.i. 480) are appropriated at the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health, DHHS, and awarded and administered by NIH. 



Source: Fogarty International Center 



24 



Table 14 



NIH Obligations for Prevention Research 
by NIH Component, Fiscal Years 1983-1992 

(Thousands of Dollars) 



NIH 

component 


1983 a 


1984 


1985 


1986 


1987 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 


Total 


$957,152 


$1,075,712 


$1,180,370 


$1,233,385 


$1,492,612 


$1,591,892 


$1,707,232 


$1,773,806 


$2,030,995 


$2,186,943 


NIA 


43,110 


60,213 


84,834 


85,595 


104,957 


118,477 


131,996 


145,147 


186,827 


208,108 


NIAID 


43,472 


50,296 


57,068 


60,764 


93,406 


111,189 


134,167 


129,341 


181,672 


211,896 


NIADDK 


109,148 


117,289 


127,449 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


NIAMS 


- 


- 


- 


38,289 


65,329 


63,935 


72,167 


74,680 


74,125 


65,466 


NCI 


266,528 


312,853 


345,304 


367,846 


414,515 


448,675 


481,687 


536,71 5 b 


597,748" 


660,022" 


NICHD 


100,467 


106,514 


118,957 


117,865 


145,683 


165,681 


181,895 


179,747 


196,905 


212,600 


NIDCD 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


18,879 


11,463 


14,141 


15,584 


NIDR 


17,752 


18,995 


19,183 


23,025 


25,411 


26,992 


27,937 


28,942 


32,583 


36,659 


NIDDK 


- 


- 


- 


98,544 


115,000 


118,800 


124,200 


127,500 


133,000 


142,200 


NIEHS 


138,797 


152,508 


163,123 


158,388 


174,923 


180,411 


187,184 


189,452 


199,439 


207,877 


NEI 


43,240 


40,753 


39,282 


41,461 


55,295 


48,468 


48,648 


47,805 


46,204 


44,818 


NIGMS 


2,462 


2,675 


2,930 


4,258 


4,240 


4,599 


3,962 


4,100 


5,403 


5,153 


NHLBI 


121,519 


137,400 


145,532 


145,636 


173,051 


177,206 


179,510 


184,000 


191,780 


205,894 


NINCDS 


37,183 


40,055 


38,395 


38,128 


57,722 


70,439 


- 


- 


- 


- 


NINDS 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


49,228 


50,803 


53,343 


55,209 


DRR/NCRR 


28,529 


30,671 


33,052 


47,346 


54,597 


51,741 


60,325 


53,234 


106,608 


100,813 


FIC 


4,945 


5,490 


5,261 


4,066 


3,164 


- 


- 


- 


420 


3,038 


NCNR 


- 


- 


- 


2,174 


5,319 


5,279 


5,447 


9,489 


9,278 


10,096 


NLM 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,388 


1,405 


1,396 


OD 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


114 


114 



a In FY 1983 a new, broadened definition lor disease prevention was introduced. See Definitions. 

6 Total for primary prevention only, excluding biological carcinogenesis and some chemical and physical carcinogenesis research, is $260 million in FY 1990, $293 million in FY 1991, and $344 million in 
FY 1992. 

Source: Division of Disease Prevention 



Table 15 



25 



NIH Obligations for Nutrition Research and Training 
by NIH Component, Fiscal Years 1983-1992 

(Thousands of Dollars) 



NIH 

component 


1983 


1984 


1985 


1986 


1987 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 


Total 


$164,306 


$192,918 


$207,316 


$212,978 


$260,611 


$276,195 


$286,975 


$292,359 


$310,810 


$343,787 


NIA 


4,391 


4,757 


4,608 


5,329 


6,934 


7,625 


8,494 


10,070 


15,693 


19,163 


NIAID 


1,606 


1,646 


1,679 


1,830 


2,652 


3,493 


3,797 


4,104 


4,421 


5,153 


NIADDK 


33,332 


35,969 


45,951 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


NIAMS 


- 


- 


- 


2,846 


3,424 


4,068 


4,128 


4,362 


4,844 


5,152 


NCI 


37,336 


50,119 


45,199 


46,223 


52,691 


59,563 


64,524 


66,987 


74,777 


83,651 


NICHD 


20,164 


24,152 


26,835 


27,662 


32,932 


34,384 


31,247 


28,857 


31,702 


32,882 


NIDCD 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,174 


1,974 


2,113 


2,405 


NIDR 


2,072 


1,419 


1,795 


1,211 


1,836 


1,486 


1,571 


1,787 


2,358 


3,392 


NIDDK 


- 


- 


- 


44,697 


54,737 


60,156 


63,955 


67,526 


70,195 


74,844 


NIEHS 


1,390 


1,768 


5,366 


4,470 


12,880 


9,914 


10,261 


8,641 


4,138 


4,035 


NEI 


5,571 


4,611 


5,519 


5,176 


6,545 


6,879 


6,128 


8,957 


11,650 


15,008 


NIGMS 


2,081 


2,271 


2,307 


2,291 


2,710 


2,529 


1,953 


2,285 


2,507 


2,677 


NHLBI 


38,350 


44,553 


45,689 


49,265 


57,285 


60,314 


64,287 


61,834 


58,017 


65,070 


NINCDS 


2,547 


2,652 


2,949 


2,158 


3,367 


3,221 


- 


- 


- 


- 


NINDS 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,095 


1,143 


1,866 


1,873 


DRR/NCRR 


15,444 


18,874 


19,400 


19,472 


22,089 


22,106 


23,811 


23,052 


25,317 


24,989 


FIC 


22 


127 


19 


56 


57 


30 


92 


118 


82 


56 


NCNR 


- 


- 


- 


292 


472 


427 


459 


665 


1,129 


3,437 



Source: Division ol Nutrition Research Cooro"matior. 



26 



Table 16 



Obligations for HIV and AIDS 3 

by NIH and Other PHS Components, 

Fiscal Years 1983-1993 













(Thousands of Dollars) 












Component 


1983 


1984 


1985 


1986 b 


1987 1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 


1993 (est.) 


PHS, total 


$28,736 


$61,460 


$108,618 


$233,812 


$502,455 $924,321 


$1,325,771 


$1,584,732 


$1,873,158 


$1,962,267 


$2,078,167 



NIH, total 


21,668 


44,121 


63,737 


134,667 


260,907 


430,570 


627,101 


740,509 


799,821 


840,210 


1,073,262 


NIA 


- 


- 


- 


- 


184 


361 


443 


859 


985 


1,072 


1,114 


NIAAA C 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8,072 


NIAID 


9,223 


19,616 


23,273 


63,276 


145,760 


223,298 


311,277 


393,083 


430,940 


448,940 


459,697 


NIAMS 


- 


- 


- 


- 


100 


561 


673 


1,238 


1,633 


1,694 


1,795 


NCI 


9,790 


16,627 


26,874 


45,050 


63,755 


89,944 


122,247 


150,304 


160,869 


165,668 


173,230 


NICHD 


- 


- 


- 


1,400 


4,762 


17,153 


22,437 


26,749 


32,609 


34,729 


37,543 


NIDCD 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


495 


483 


1,007 


NIDR 


25 


81 


97 


1,712 


3,247 


3,850 


3,920 


4,662 


6,214 


8,154 


8,286 


NIDDK 


- 


- 


- 


- 


495 


3,330 


3,557 


5,306 


6,290 


7,172 


6,804 


NIDA C 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


127,123 


NIEHS 


- 


- 


- 


- 


216 


3,896 


4,138 


4,258 


4,514 


4,216 


4,379 


NEI 


45 


60 


200 


96 


253 


3,830 


4,828 


5,533 


5,680 


5,902 


6,198 


NIGMS 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,420 


7,724 


10,830 


14,614 


15,588 


16,100 


16,850 


NHLBI 


1,202 


4,871 


9,323 


15,468 


17,244 


24,885 


38,088 


42,056 


46,406 


46,206 


48,058 


NIMH C 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


79,145 


NINCDS 


684 


1,510 


1,168 


1,435 


3,685 


12,342 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


NINDS 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


13,069 


16,158 


16,651 


17,592 


18,266 



a See Tables 50 and 51 for number of AIDS cases and deaths. 

b Includes reimbursements where applicable (funds appropriated to OD but transferred to Institutes to be awarded and administered). 

c In FY 1993 the three research institutes of ADAMHA were transferred to NIH. and ADAMHA was renamed the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). 

d In FY 1993 NCNR was made an institute and renamed NINR. 

Source: Division of Financial Management 
(Continued) 



27 



Table 16 (Cont.) 



Obligations for HIV and AIDS 3 

by NIH and Other PHS Components, 

Fiscal Years 1983-1993 

(Thousands of Dollars) 



Component 


1983 


1984 


1985 


1986 b 


1987 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 


1993 (est.) 


NIH (cont.) 
























DRR/NCRR 


$699 


$1,356 


$2,802 


$6,157 


$11,027 


$28,283 


$67,616 


$46,147 


$47,429 


$50,051 


$50,881 


FIC 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4,505 


4,619 


4,898 


5,351 


5,593 


5,684 


NCNR/NINR d 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


602 


702 


987 


2,545 


2,710 


3,272 


NLM 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


20 


493 


519 


1,057 


1,101 


OD 


- 


- 


- 


73 


4,759 


5,636 


12,865 


10,284 


11,737 


15,113 


14,757 


Buildings and 
facilities 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


370 


5,772 


12,880 


3,366 


7,758 


- 


ADAMHA/SAMHSA, 
total 


516 


2,791 


2,578 


12,155 


47,504 


112,257 


173,336 


213,814 


234,501 


235,424 


25,655 


NIAAA 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2,370 


4,793 


6,130 


7,980 


7,996 


7,990 


- 


NIDA 


314 


1,586 


678 


6,929 


20,230 


33,848 


60,824 


92,635 


122,688 


125,269 


- 


NIMH 


_ 


1,205 


1,802 


5,060 


10,470 


31,188 


48,373 


63,331 


72,720 


76,140 


- 


Other ADAMHA 


202 


- 


98 


166 


14,434 


42,428 


58,009 


49,868 


31,097 


26,025 


— 


Other PHS, total 


6,552 


14,548 


42,303 


86,990 


194,044 


381,494 


525,334 


630,409 


838,836 


886,633 


979,250 


CDC 


6,202 


13,750 


33,298 


62,152 


136,007 


304,942 


377,592 


442,812 


496,951 


479,620 


498,253 


FDA 


350 


798 


9,005 


9,527 


15,774 


34.517 


73,775 


57,428 


63,395 


72,302 


72,399 


HRSA 


- 


- 


- 


15,311 


11,900 


36,956 


59,932 


112,467 


261,116 


316,612 


390.341 


IHS 






. 


_ 


_ 


- 


800 


2,670 


1,803 


3,170 


3,303 


OASH 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


30,363 


4,046 


6,405 


6,562 


5,334 


4,794 


5,330 


AHCPR 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,033 


6,830 


8,470 


10,237 


10,135 


9,624 






See footnotes on first page of table. 




28 



Table 17 



NIH Obligations for HIV and AIDS 3 by NIH Component and 
Functional Category, Fiscal Year 1993 (est.) 

(Thousands of Dollars) 





Total 






Basic science 


research 






Risk assessment and prevention 


Clin, health services 
research and delivery 


NIH 
component 


Biomedical 
research 


Neuroscience 
& neuro- 
psychiatry 
research 


Behav- 
ioral 
research 


Thera- 
peutic 
agents 


Vac- 
cines 


Research 
training 
& ex- 
tramural 

construct. 


Surveil- 
lance 


Popula- 
tion-based 
research 


Information 

& education/ 

preventive 

services 


Health 

services 

grants 


Total 


$1,073,262 


$229,846 


$51,842 


$127,956 


$388,504 


$88,721 


$16,525 


$5,755 


$150,844 


$9,027 


$4,242 


NIA 


1,114 


854 


- 


260 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


NIAAA 


8,072 


3,738 


1,049 


2,205 


- 


- 


- 


201 


723 


156 


- 


NIAID 


459,697 


87,333 


3,495 


594 


237,308 


62,126 


4,355 


- 


63,088 


1,398 


- 


NIAMS 


1,795 


1,330 


- 


- 


465 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


NCI 


173,230 


48,688 


- 


- 


91,171 


13,588 


- 


1,974 


17,809 


- 


- 


NICHD 


37,543 


5,797 


124 


- 


12,115 


_ 


- 


- 


17,533 


1,974 


_ 


NIDCD 


1,007 


1,007 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


NIDR 


8,286 


6,826 


197 


- 


331 


- 


- 


80 


633 


- 


219 


NIDDK 


6,804 


5,994 


- 


- 


810 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


NIDA 


127,123 


8,900 


6,600 


93,294 


- 


- 


1,329 


3,500 


11,500 


2,000 


- 


NIEHS 


4,379 


281 


- 


- 


4,098 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


NEI 


6,198 


784 


_ 


- 


5,414 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


NIGMS 


16,850 


10,966 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,884 


- 


- 


- 


- 


NHLBI 


48,058 


17,473 


- 


58 


5,346 


1,772 


- 


- 


22,703 


- 


706 


NIMH 


79,145 


14,423 


20,567 


29,018 


848 


- 


3,739 


- 


8,888 


107 


1,555 


NINDS 


18,266 


- 


18,266 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


NINR 


3,272 


653 


- 


563 


- 


- 


218 


- 


76 


- 


1,762 


FIC 


5,684 


1,142 


- 


- 


_ 


2,851 


_ 


_ 


1,691 


_ 


_ 


NCRR 


50,881 


13,543 


1,544 


1,907 


20,117 


8,144 


- 


- 


5,617 


9 


- 


NLM 


1,101 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,101 


- 


OD 


14,757 


114 


- 


57 


10,481 


240 


1,000 


- 


583 


2,282 


- 



a See Tables 50 and 51 lor numbers of AIDS cases and deaths. 



Source: Division ol Financial Management 



Table 18 



29 



NIA 

MAID 

NIADDK 

NIAMS 

NCI 

NICHD 

NIDCD 

NIDR 

NIDDK 

NIEHS 

NEI 

NIGMS 

NHLBI 

NINCDS 

NINDS 



NIH Obligations for Biotechnology 3 Research 
by NIH Component, Fiscal Years 1985-1992 

(Thousands of Dollars) 



NIH 

component 


1985 


1986 


1987 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 a 


1992 


Total 


$1,905,182 


$1,950,194 


$2,275,951 


$2,497,112 


$2,805,234 


$2,970,992 


$3,318,324 


$3,067,160 



13,912 


14,775 


20,328 


20,222 


22,017 


22,373 


12,633 


13,000 


224,828 


229,300 


297,003 


354,879 


406,415 


448,122 


463,625 


199,843 


260,148 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


52,697 


48,903 


45,839 


48,972 


47,187 


13,312 


13,938 


561,325 


559,281 


645,588 


685,185 


800,367 


841,221 


945,206 


1,199,440 


123,673 


122,837 


161,215 


166,439 


182,744 


206,885 


227,422 


106,846 


- 


- 


- 


- 


26,191 


33,828 


5,383 


10,133 


20,802 


21,579 


22,003 


22,359 


19,931 


21,027 


35,522 


37,384 


- 


210,400 


246,660 


257,300 


269,482 


280,078 


298,000 


124,100 


13,438 


13,714 


14,556 


15,046 


15,573 


22,185 


24,248 


27,373 


35,225 


33,780 


37,695 


41,491 


53,941 


63,701 


91,932 


104,525 


282,169 


308,775 


356,100 


391,406 


405,426 


419,672 


634,654 


690,839 


145,215 


150,226 


169,980 


183,930 


203,156 


216,360 


110,006 


230,059 


142,413 


149,758 


158,989 


203,667 


- 


- 


- 


- 



176,043 



176,698 



192,084 



37,709 



DRR/NCRR 

FIC 

NCHGR 

NLM 



82,034 



82,972 



100 



96,181 



750 



105,519 



3,830 



39,611 


105,383 


169,893 


156,450 


- 


- 


340 


360 


27,546 


56,725 


83,681 


99,836 


7,819 


9,547 


10,383 


15,325 



' See Definitions. Beginning in 1991, data are based on a revised biotechnology definition developed by the Federal Coordinating Council for Science, Engineering, and Technology (FCCSET). 

Source: Division of Financial Management 



30 



Table 19 



NIH Obligations for Clinical Trials by NIH Component, 
Fiscal Years 1983-1992 



(Thousands of Dollars) 



NIH 

component 


1983 


1984 


1985 


1986 


1987 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 


Total 


$225,700 


$249,321 


$310,921 


$336,387 


$444,375 


$508,251 


$518,852 


$609,738 


$745,182 




$863,692 


NIA 


- 


1,000 


5,395 


4,943 


4,701 


4,766 


3,520 


7,686 


15,195 


19,096 


NIAID 


8,285 


9,828 


16,436 


36,145 


53,855 


79,935 


101,813 


145,729 


183,015 


216,727 


NIADDK 


10,310 


16,898 


22,676 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


NIAMS 


- 


- 


- 


3,177 


5,220 


6,845 


5,713 


5,288 


6,717 


7,595 


NCI 


135,129 


151,667 


166,656 


175,568 


207,370 


211,929 


212,855 


245,954 


254,420 


314,465 


NICHD 


10,429 


10,975 


18,379 


16,395 


23,957 


31,144 


31,423 


38,701 


47,291 


49,586 


NIDCD 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2,986 


4,413 


3,830 


6,265 


NIDR 


1,777 


1,733 


1,606 


1,504 


4,514 


5,603 


6,645 


7,102 


4,401 


4,916 


NIDDK 


- 


- 


- 


20,660 


28,379 


32,377 


30,202 


32,400 


39,665 


46,312 


NEI 


10,344 


11,141 


20,709 


20,834 


25,079 


30,235 


29,139 


24,082 


24,244 


28,644 


NHLBI 


41,316 


36,819 


51,469 


50,924 


69,959 


76,595 


77,022 


74,396 


88,228 


81,245 


NINCDS 


8,110 


9,260 


7,595 


6,237 


17,737 


21,503 


- 


- 


- 


- 


NINDS 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


17,534 


23,987 


25,167 


32,604 


NCRR 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


53,009 


56,237 


NCNR 




- 


- 


- 


3,604 


7,319 


- 


- 


- 


- 



Source: Division ol Financial Management 



31 



Table 20 



Grants for repair, renovation, 
and modernization of existing 
research facilities 

Other 



NIH Awards by Funding Mechanism, 
Fiscal Years 1983-1992 

(Dollars in Millions) 



Funding mechanism 


1983 


1984 


1985 


1986 1987 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 


AMOUNT 


Total 


$3,246.4 


$3,657.6 


$4,248.1 


$4,426.6 $5,194.2 


$5,544.8 


$6,009.0 


$6,281.8 


$6,790.9 


$7,379.1 



Research grants 


2,702.3 


3,087.0 


3,591.3 


3,739.1 


4,401.2 


4,727.3 


5,054.7 


5,239.8 


5,706.7 


6,220.5 


R&D contracts 


370.3 


394.7 


417.7 


462.6 


544.4 


565.1 


657.2 


714.9 


728.5 


805.6 


Research training 
Individual awards 
Institutional awards 


171.1 
34.4 
136.7 


173.2 

34.4 

138.8 


224.0 
46.4 
177.5 


217.1 

42.8 

174.4 


238.8 
46.6 
192.1 


245.7 

45.0 

200.6 


261.0 

45.9 

215.1 


292.2 

50.9 

241.4 


313.5 

55.0 

258.5 


319.2 

56.1 
263.1 


Construction grants 


1.5 


1.0 


12.1 


5.0 


6.9 


- 


- 


14.8 


21.6 


15.4 



1.2 



1.7 



3.0 



2.8 
NUMBER 



3.0 



6.7 



28.9 
7.2 



11.0 
9.0 



10.8 
9.6 



8.5 
9.9 






Research grants 

R&D contracts 

Research training 
Individual awards 
Institutional awards 

Construction grants 



20,779 

1,110 

3,096 
1,756 
1,340 



21,535 

1,150 

3,119 
1,759 
1,360 



22,958 

1,335 

3,341 
1,985 
1,356 

33 



23,445 

1,298 

3,157 
1,823 
1,334 

29 



25,026 

1,257 

3,404 
2,032 
1,372 

35 



25,754 

1,252 

3,348 
1,944 
1,404 



26,022 

1,311 

3,277 
1,845 
1,432 



25,725 

1,332 

3,503 
2,046 
1,457 



26,920 

1,366 

3.693 
2,154 
1,539 



27,037 

1,385 

3,755 
2,176 
1,579 

11 



Source: Information Systems Branch, ORG 



32 



Table 21 



NIH Awards by NIH Component and Funding 
Mechanism, Fiscal Year 1992 

(Dollars in Thousands) 





Total 
amount 


Research grants 


Research and 

development 

contracts 


Research training 






NIH 
com- 


Total grants 


Project grants 


Center grants 


Other grants 


Individual 
awards 


Institutional 
awards 


Other 
wards 


ponent 


Num- 
ber 


Amount 


Num- 
ber 


Amount 


Num- 
ber 


Amount 


Num- 
ber 


Amount 


Num- 
ber 


Amount 


Num- 
ber 


Amount 


Num- 
ber 


Amount 


Num- 
ber 


Amount 


Total 


$7,379,133 


27,037 


$6,220,538 


22,207 


$4,954,941 


757 


$789,158 


4,073 


$476,439 


1,385 


$805,586 


2,176 


$56,057 


1,579 


$263,141 


93 


$33,811 


NIA 


309,749 


1,144 


289,221 


953 


231,715 


42 


45,314 


149 


12,192 


14 


9,160 


30 


698 


66 


10,669 


- 


- 


NIAID 


796,378 


2,690 


629,878 


2,468 


600,362 


27 


14,782 


195 


14,734 


146 


145,563 


127 


3,587 


115 


17,350 


- 


- 


NIAMS 


179,325 


827 


168,588 


694 


138,465 


30 


22,520 


103 


7,603 


16 


4,374 


41 


1,077 


56 


5,285 


- 


- 


NCI 


1,536,553 


4,220 


1,167,640 


3,410 


878,009 


90 


145,112 


720 


144,519 


578 


321,646 


156 


4,104 


184 


32,350 


7 


10,813 


NICHD 


429,961 


1,773 


365,984 


1,464 


282,947 


77 


49,865 


232 


33,172 


92 


46,238 


104 


2,796 


122 


14,943 


- 


- 


NIDCD 


134,235 


636 


126,153 


517 


104,011 


17 


16,303 


102 


5,838 


10 


3,932 


29 


761 


28 


3,389 


- 


- 


NIDR 


117,163 


577 


107,174 


409 


75,910 


28 


18,508 


140 


12,756 


19 


4,042 


35 


978 


53 


4,968 


- 


- 


NIDDK 


556,215 


2,505 


516,538 


2,181 


456,163 


47 


40,559 


277 


19,815 


30 


15,357 


132 


3,922 


179 


20,398 


- 


- 


NIEHS 


216,286 


513 


152,093 


430 


111,644 


18 


16,934 


65 


23,515 


105 


53,543 


54 


1,337 


44 


9,313 


- 


- 


NEI 


233,966 


1,299 


220,700 


1,036 


180,886 


29 


7,650 


234 


32,164 


14 


4,956 


84 


2,157 


35 


5,048 


1 


1,106 


NIGMS 


811,137 


3,758 


714,520 


3,459 


649,050' 


8 


6,752 


291 


58,719 


2 


2,457 


589 


14,169 


354 


79,991 


- 


- 


NHLBI 


1,034,567 


3,480 


876,311 


2,887 


738,335 


67 


96,510 


526 


41,466 


176 


108,987 


221 


6,383 


218 


39,867 


2 


3,018 


NINDS 


479,967 


2,126 


449,105 


1,839 


398,463 


42 


31,455 


245 


19,187 


51 


17,666 


165 


4,174 


66 


9,021 


- 


- 


FIC 


13,003 


43 


1,028 


- 


- 


- 


- 


43 


1,028 


- 


- 


209 


6,602 


4 


790 


13 


4,582 


NCHGR 


95,294 


243 


93,161 


183 


60,626 


14 


29,352 


46 


3,184 


1 


35 


30 


808 


10 


1,290 


- 


- 


NCNR 


44,196 


222 


39,852 


172 


33,908 


7 


1,667 


43 


4,277 


- 


- 


154 


2,020 


18 


2,323 


- 


- 


NCRR 


306,244 


921 


290,656 


105 


14,446 


214 


245,875 


602 


30,335 


9 


3,920 


7 


185 


17 


2,486 


49 


8,997 


NLM 


53,484 


60 


11,933 


- 


- 


- 


- 


60 


11,933 


103 


32,298 


9 


296 


10 


3,661 


21 


5,294 


Othe^ 


31,412 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


19 


31,412 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 



" CC, DRG, OD, and Women's Health Initiative. 



Source: Information Systems Branch, DRG 



Table 22 



33 



NIH Awards by NIH Component and Funding 
Mechanism, Fiscal Years 1983-1992 

(Millions of Dollars) 



NIH component and 
funding mechanism 


1983 


1984 


1985 


1986 


1987 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 


Total 


$3,246.4 


$3,657.6 


$4,248.1 


$4,426.6 


$5,194.2 


$5,544.8 


$6,009.0 


$6,281.8 


$6,790.9 


$7,379.1 


NIA 

Research grants 
R&D contracts 
Research training 


68.1 

60.4 
5.0 
2.6 


86.9 

77.4 

6.9 

2.6 


107.6 
97.1 

6.3 
4.2 


115.8 

105.9 
4.8 
5.1 


137.7 

126.7 
4.5 
6.5 


153.5 

140.3 
5.7 
7.5 


177.1 

162.0 
6.9 
8.2 


187.5 

172.9 
5.5 
9.1 


261.3 

245.2 

5.4 

10.7 


309.7 

289.2 

9.2 

11.4 


NIAID 
Research grants 
R&D contracts 
Research training 


218.9 

189.0 

21.4 

8.4 


252.8 

216.2 

28.2 

8.4 


300.3 

256.4 
32.6 
11.4 


335.4 

258.6 
66.0 
10.7 


453.9 

355.2 
87.2 
11.5 


538.9 

444.3 
81.6 
13.0 


622.1 

494.2 

113.6 

14.3 


698.6 

548.7 

131.7 

18.2 


759.3 

592.9 

146.4 

20.0 


796.4 

629.9 

145.6 

20.9 


NIAMS 

Research grants 
R&D contracts 
Research training 


71.7 

66.7 
1.1 

3.9 


82.2 

76.9 
1.2 
4.1 


100.5 

92.6 
1.7 
6.1 


101.8 

93.9 
2.2 
5.7 


126.8 

117.8 
2.6 
6.4 


132.3 

123.1 
2.9 
6.3 


143.2 

134.3 
2.6 

6.3 


148.2 

139.0 
2.8 

6.5 


170.0 

160.7 
3.0 
6.3 


179.3 

168.6 
4.4 
6.4 


NCI 

Research grants 
R&D contracts 
Research training 
Construction grants 


758.3 

562.8 

169.4 

24.7 

1.5 


838.3 

635.0 

177.7 

24.6 

1.0 


924.3 

703.6 

184.3 

31.0 

5.5 


962.5 

743.6 

189.2 

29.8 


1,107.8 

848.6 

225.2 

31.5 

2.5 


1,143.2 

874.9 

237.1 

31.2 


1,225.1 

929.1 

263.5 

32.5 


1,300.3 

948.6 

302.9 

35.1 

13.7 


1,350.7 

1,014.3 

278.1 

36.6 

21.6 


1,536.6 
1,167.6 

321.6 
36.5 
10.8 


NICHD 

Research grants 
R&D contracts 
Research training 


206.3 

178.6 
17.6 
10.2 


223.4 

196.6 
16.7 
10.1 


256.2 

221.5 
20.8 
14.0 


256.5 

222.4 
20.1 

14.1 


304.5 

267.2 
23.1 
14.3 


321.9 

279.8 
27.9 
14.2 


348.1 

303.3 
31.1 
13.8 


356.7 

307.0 

34.6 

15.1 


396.5 

338.3 
41.3 
16.9 


430.0 

366.0 

46.2 

17.7 


NIDCD 

Research grants 
R&D contracts 
Research training 


~ 


~ 


! 


- 


- 


- 


88.3 

84.7 

1.1 

2.5 


106.3 

101.2 
2.0 
3.1 


120.9 

115.9 

1.8 

3.2 


134.2 

126.2 
3.9 
4.2 



" Less than $0. 1 million. 

6 CC, ORG, OD, and Women's Health Initiative. 



Source: Information Systems Branch. ORG 
(Continued) 



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Table 22 (Cont.) 



NIH Awards by NIH Component and Funding 
Mechanism, Fiscal Years 1983-1992 

(Millions of Dollars) 



NIH component and 
funding mechanism 


1983 


1984 


1985 


1986 


1987 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 


NIDR 


$54.1 


$62.8 


$72.8 


$71.6 


$85.3 


$92.5 


$95.7 


$96.8 


$109.3 


$117.2 


Research grants 


48.4 


55.8 


64.0 


63.8 


75.7 


83.5 


87.1 


88.4 


99.3 


107.2 


R&D contracts 


1.8 


3.1 


4.0 


3.4 


4.4 


3.7 


3.4 


2.6 


4.0 


4.0 


Research training 


3.9 


3.8 


4.8 


4.3 


5.2 


5.3 


5.2 


5.8 


6.0 


5.9 


NIODK 


272.9 


307.3 


360.1 


369.1 


434.3 


452.1 


472.9 


483.9 


514.0 


556.2 


Research grants 


252.0 


286.4 


332.3 


340.9 


403.1 


419.9 


439.1 


448.1 


474.7 


516.5 


R&D contracts 


5.7 


5.9 


7.2 


8.5 


10.3 


10.7 


12.2 


12.5 


15.4 


15.4 


Research training 


15.3 


15.0 


20.6 


19.7 


20.9 


21.5 


21.6 


23.4 


23.9 


24.3 


NIEHS 


100.4 


110.0 


125.8 


130.0 


153.5 


158.6 


172.1 


188.7 


199.1 


216.3 


Research grants 


52.9 


61.0 


69.3 


70.9 


93.1 


95.7 


104.1 


121.2 


133.3 


152.1 


R&D contracts 


40.7 


42.3 


48.0 


51.0 


51.5 


54.1 


59.1 


57.1 


55.1 


53.5 


Research training 


6.8 


6.8 


8.5 


8.1 


8.9 


8.8 


8.9 


10.3 


10.7 


10.7 


NEI 


120.4 


131.9 


156.4 


164.9 


191.0 


196.4 


199.5 


201.8 


216.8 


234.0 


Research grants 


111.2 


122.1 


140.9 


150.2 


176.4 


184.3 


188.5 


190.6 


204.8 


220.7 


R&D contracts 


5.3 


6.0 


7.0 


6.3 


6.7 


6.5 


5.0 


3.6 


4.8 


5.0 


Research training 


3.9 


3.9 


5.2 


5.3 


5.6 


5.6 


6.0 


7.0 


7.2 


7.2 


Construction grants 


- 


- 


- 3.3 


3.1 


2.3 


- 


- 


0.5 


- 


1.1 


NIGMS 


357.1 


402.5 


466.5 


483.2 


562.5 


622.5 


664.5 


701.4 


755.2 


811.1 


Research grants 


306.6 


352.0 


406.9 


426.4 


493.8 


550.5 


582.3 


610.3 


655.3 


714.5 


R&D contracts 


1.5 


1.5 


1.7 


1.4 


4.1 


5.4 


6.6 


5.9 


4.9 


2.5 


Research training 


49.1 


49.1 


57.9 


55.3 


64.6 


66.6 


75.6 


85.2 


95.1 


94.2 


NHLBI 


531.3 


606.0 


703.1 


728.7 


826.2 


855.7 


923.5 


933.8 


974.3 


1,034.6 


Research grants 


446.1 


516.6 


595.7 


619.2 


700.0 


728.8 


782.3 


784.6 


821.9 


876.3 


R&D contracts 


58.8 


61.0 


64.5 


69.4 


84.9 


87.7 


101.7 


104.5 


107.1 


109.0 


Research training 


26.4 


28.4 


39.7 


38.4 


39.1 


39.2 


39.5 


44.0 


45.3 


46.3 


Construction grants 


- 


- 


3.2 


1.7 


2.2 


- 


- 


0.7 


- 


3.0 


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(Continued) 



35 



Table 22 (Cont.) 






NIH Awards by NIH Component and Funding 
Mechanism, Fiscal Years 1983-1992 

(Millions of Dollars) 



NIH component and 
funding mechanism 


1983 


1984 


1985 


1986 


1987 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 


NINDS 


$235.6 


$270.7 


$326.6 


$349.5 


$417.6 


$452.5 


$392.4 


$402.2 


$446.6 


$480.0 


Research grants 


211.2 


244.2 


299.0 


324.4 


390.2 


427.0 


368.0 


378.0 


415.9 


449.1 


R&D contracts 


14.8 


16.8 


14.4 


12.5 


13.5 


11.6 


11.4 


11.3 


17.4 


17.7 


Research training 


9.7 


9.7 


13.2 


12.6 


13.9 


13.8 


13.0 


12.9 


13.3 


13.2 


DRR/NCRR 


216.3 


247.9 


313.1 


310.1 


337.3 


355.8 


398.5 


328.0 


328.1 


306.2 


Research grants 


211.9 


243.5 


306.3 


303.3 


331.1 


349.3 


363.4 


310.1 


310.7 


290.7 


R&D contracts 


3.6 


3.6 


5.6 


5.7 


4.9 


4.3 


3.7 


4.4 


3.8 


3.9 


Research training 


0.7 


0.7 


1.3 


1.2 


1.4 


2.2 


2.5 


2.5 


2.7 


2.7 


Other 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


28.9 


11.0 


10.8 


9.0 


FIC 


5.2 


5.4 


5.2 


4.8 


5.1 


8.7 


8.8 


10.2 


11.1 


13.0 


Research grants 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


0.1 


- 


- 


- 


1.0 


R&D contracts 


0.2 


0.1 


- 


0.1 


0.2 


0.1 


_a 


- 


- 


- 


Research training 


4.9 


5.2 


5.2 


4.8 


4.9 


5.3 


5.1 


6.1 


6.6 


7.4 


Other 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3.2 


3.7 


4.1 


4.4 


4.6 


NCHGR 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


51.8 


78.8 


95.3 


Research grants 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


50.7 


77.1 


93.2 


R&D contracts 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


0.4 


- 


_a 


Research training 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


0.7 


1.7 


2.1 


NCNR 






_ 


10.8 


17.6 


22.3 


28.2 


32.8 


39.1 


44.2 


Research grants 


- 


- 


- 


9.8 


15.5 


19.7 


24.8 


28.6 


34.8 


40.0 


R&D contracts 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


— 


— 


— 


- 


Research training 


- 


- 


- 


1.0 


2.1 


2.6 


3.4 


4.1 


4.3 


4.3 


NLM 


15.8 


16.3 


18.9 


19.9 


24.3 


29.3 


36.4 


44.4 


48.7 


53.5 


Research grants 
R&D contracts 


4.5 
9.4 


3.2 
10.5 


5.7 
9.0 


6.0 
10.1 


6.8 
12.4 


6.2 
17.0 


7.4 
22.9 


11.8 
24.7 


11.5 
29.0 


11.9 
32.3 


Research training 
Other 


0.7 
1.2 


0.8 
1.7 


1.1 
3.0 


1.1 
2.8 


2.1 
3.0 


2.6 
3.5 


2.6 

3.5 


3.0 
4.9 


3.0 
5.2 


4.0 
5.3 


Other b 


14.1 


13.4 


10.8 


12.0 


8.9 


8.6 


12.5 


8.5 


11.1 


31.4 


R&D contracts 


14.1 


13.4 


10.8 


12.0 


8.9 


8.6 


12.5 


8.5 


11.1 


31.4 



See footnotes on first page of table. 



36 



Table 23 



NIH Awards by Kind of Performing Institution, 
Fiscal Years 1983-1992 

(Dollars in Thousands) 



Performing 


1983 


1984 


1985 


1986 


1987 


institution 


Amount 


Percent 


Amount 


Percent 


Amount 


Percent 


Amount 


Percent 


Amount 


Percent 


Total 


$3,246,415 


100.0% 


$3,657,638 


100.0% 


$4,248,136 


100.0% 


$4,426,607 


100.0% 


$5,194,164 


100.0% 


Domestic 


3,225,477 


99.4 


3,632,244 


99.3 


4,223,876 


99.4 


4,400,434 


99.4 


5,161,360 


99.4 


Nonprofit 


3,055,923 


94.1 


3,420,165 


93.5 


4,006,153 


94.3 


4,162,995 


94.0 


4,877,088 


93.9 


Higher education 9 

Medical schools' 1 


2,439,288 

(1,688,775) 


75.1 

(52.0) 


2,739,044 

(1,899,275) 


74.9 

(51.9) 


3,211,026 

(2,223,001) 


75.6 

(52.3) 


3,326,954 

(2,295,226) 


75.2 

(51.9) 


3,886,263 

(2,688,815) 


74.8 
(51.8) 


Government 


44,307 


1.4 


47,719 


1.3 


54,077 


1.3 


52,669 


1.2 


61,067 


1.2 


Federal 
Research institutes 
Hospitals 
Other 


2,960 

2,182 

694 

84 


0.1 

0.1 
_c 
_c 


2,929 

1,930 

928 

71 


0.1 

0.1 
_c 
_c 


4,277 

3,257 

851 

169 


0.1 

0.1 
_c 
_c 


6,305 

3,806 

640 

1,858 


0.1 
0.1 

_c 
_c 


5,346 

3,528 

828 

990 


0.1 
0.1 
_c 


State and local 
Research institutes 
Hospitals 
Other 


41,347 

1,611 

29,245 

10,491 


1.3 

_c 

0.9 
0.3 


44,789 
1,901 

33,714 
9,174 


1.2 
0.1 
0.9 

0.3 


49,800 

1,969 

36,945 

10,886 


1.2 

_c 

0.9 
0.3 


46,365 

1,925 

33,362 

11,078 


1.0 
_c 

0.8 
0.3 


55,721 

3,220 

41,100 

11,402 


1.1 

0.1 
0.8 
0.2 


Other nonprofit 
Research institutes 
Hospitals' 1 
Other 


572,328 

304,610 

206,909 

60,808 


17.6 
9.4 
6.4 
1.9 


633,403 

334,374 

234,091 

64,938 


17.3 
9.1 
6.4 
1.8 


741,050 

386,553 

286,646 

67,851 


17.4 
9.1 
6.7 
1.6 


783,371 

408,609 

298,245 

76,518 


17.7 
9.2 
6.7 

1.7 


929,758 

476,328 

364,769 

88,660 


17.9 
9.2 

7.0 
1.7 


For-profit 
Research institutes 
Other 


169,554 
70,991 
98,563 


5.2 
2.2 
3.0 


212,079 

85,555 

126,524 


5.8 
2.3 
3.5 


217,723 
80,172 
137,551 


5.1 
1.9 
3.2 


237,439 

78,032 

159,407 


5.4 
1.8 
3.6 


284,272 

79,785 

204,487 


5.5 
1.5 
3.9 


Foreign 15 


20,938 


0.6 


25,395 


0.7 


24,260 


0.6 


26,173 


0.6 


32,803 


0.6 



a Includes all hospitals owned by these Institutions. 

b Includes basic health-science departments administered by schools of medicine or medicine/dentistry. 

c Less than 0.05 percent. 

d Hospitals not owned by institutions classified as higher education, government, or research institutes. 

e Awards to U.S. citizens working abroad as well as to foreign nationals. 



Source: Information Systems Branch, DRG 
(Continued) 



37 



Table 23 (Cont.) 



NIH Awards by Kind of Performing Institution, 
Fiscal Years 1983-1992 

(Dollars in Thousands) 



Performing 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 


institution 


Amount 


Percent 


Amount 


Percent 


Amount 


Percent 


Amount 


Percent 


Amount 


Percent 


Total 


$5,544,828 


100.0% 


$6,008,998 


100.0% 


$6,281,772 


100.0% 


$6,790,869 


100.0% 


$7,379,133 


100.0% 


Domestic 


5,505,449 


99.3 


5,966,966 


99.3 


6,244,388 


99.4 


6,746,365 


99.3 


7,325,183 


99.3 


Nonprofit 


5,183,864 


93.5 


5,588,427 


93.0 


5,807,270 


92.4 


6,297,462 


92.7 


6,854,589 


92.9 


Higher education 8 

Medical schools 6 


4,136,050 

(2,867,163) 


74.6 
(51.7) 


4,444,948 

(3,059,636) 


74.0 

(50.9) 


4,613,777 

(3,200,583) 


73.4 

(51.0) 


5,002,141 

(3,443,141) 


73.7 

(50.7) 


5,408,823 

(3,742,487) 


73.3 

(50.7) 


Government 


59,316 


1.1 


59,791 


1.0 


59,232 


0.9 


63,228 


0.9 


65,217 


0.9 


Federal 
Research institutes 
Hospitals 
Other 


5,247 

3,208 

973 

1,065 


0.1 

0.1 
_c 
_c 


4,915 
2,652 
1,075 
1,188 


0.1 

_c 
_c 
_c 


4,210 

2,039 

995 

1,176 


0.1 

_c 
_c 
_c 


2,950 

1,711 

867 

372 


_c 
_c 
_c 
_c 


3,703 

2,142 

1,100 

461 


0.1 

_c 

_c 


State and local 
Research institutes 
Hospitals 
Other 


54,069 
4,606 

39,917 
9,546 


1.0 
0.1 
0.7 
0.2 


54,876 

4,605 

37,709 

12,561 


0.9 
0.1 
0.6 
0.2 


55,022 

3,284 

38,364 

13,373 


0.9 
0.1 
0.6 
0.2 


60,278 

5,775 

36,791 

17,712 


0.9 
0.1 
0.5 
0.3 


61.514 

7,147 

39,268 

15,099 


0.8 
0.1 
0.5 
0.2 


Other nonprofit 
Research institutes 
Hospitals' 1 
Other 


988,499 

504,763 

385,535 

98,200 


17.8 
9.1 
7.0 
1.8 


1,083,688 
547,417 
429,189 
107,083 


18.0 
9.1 
7.1 
1.8 


1,134,262 
566,536 
454,665 
113,061 


18.1 
9.0 
7.2 
1.8 


1,232,093 
597,293 
500,220 
134,579 


18.1 
8.8 
7.4 
2.0 


1,380.549 
683,621 
539,392 
157,535 


18.7 
9.3 
7.3 
2.1 


For-profit 
Research institutes 
Other 


321,585 

88,592 

232,993 


5.8 
1.6 
4.2 


378,539 
103,097 
275,442 


6.3 
1.7 
4.6 


437,118 
108,732 
328,386 


7.0 
1.7 
5.2 


448,903 
122,941 
325,962 


6.6 
1.8 
4.8 


470,594 
127,616 
342,977 


6.4 
1.7 
4.6 


Foreign 8 


39,379 


0.7 


42,032 


0.7 


37,384 


0.6 


44,504 


0.7 


53,950 


0.7 



See footnotes on first page of table. 



38 



Table 24 



NIH Awards by Kind of Performing Institution 
and Funding Mechanism, Fiscal Year 1992 

(Dollars in Thousands) 





Total 


Research grants 


Performing 


No. of 
inst. a 


Amount 


Percent 


Total grants 


Project grants 


Center grants 


Other 


grants 


institution 


No. of 
inst. a 


Amount 


Percent 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Total 


1,913 


$7,379,133 


100.0% 


1,554 


$6,220,538 


100.0% 


22,207 


$4,954,941 


757 


$789,158 


4,073 


$476,439 


Domestic 


1,772 


7,325,183 


99.3 


1,453 


6,191,267 


99.5 


22,016 


4,928,483 


753 


787,664 


4,058 


475,120 


Nonprofit 


1,019 


6,854,589 


92.9 


901 


6,074,221 


97.6 


21,164 


4,815,327 


750 


786,787 


4,039 


472,107 


Higher education 11 


458 


5,408,823 


73.3 


441 


4,866,768 


78.2 


17,568 


3,870,686 


628 


650,614 


3,142 


345,468 


Medical schools 


126 


3,742,487 


50.7 


126 


3,398,851 


54.6 


11,528 


2,676,825 


473 


509,773 


1,850 


212,253 


Government 


90 


65,217 


0.9 


59 


53,749 


0.9 


209 


39,321 


6 


8,555 


40 


5,873 


Federal 


28 


3,703 


0.1 


10 


1,620 


_d 


12 


1,557 


- 


- 


1 


63 


Research institutes 


19 


2,142 


_d 


2 


94 


_d 


2 


94 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Hospitals 


8 


1,100 


_d 


7 


1,066 


_d 


9 


1,003 


- 


- 


1 


63 


Other 


1 


461 


_d 


1 


461 


_d 


1 


461 


- 


- 


- 


- 


State and local 


62 


61,514 


0.8 


49 


52,129 


0.8 


197 


37,764 


6 


8,555 


39 


5,811 


Research institutes 


4 


7,147 


0.1 


4 


7,073 


0.1 


46 


6,894 


- 


- 


5 


179 


Hospitals 


13 


39,268 


0.5 


13 


37,062 


0.6 


112 


24,352 


4 


8,147 


26 


4,563 


Other 


45 


15,099 


0.2 


32 


7,994 


0.1 


39 


6,518 


2 


407 


8 


1,069 


Other nonprofit 


471 


1,380,549 


18.7 


401 


1,153,704 


18.5 


3,387 


905,319 


116 


127,619 


857 


120,766 


Research institutes 


179 


683,621 


9.3 


165 


553,120 


8.9 


1,603 


452,981 


56 


68,127 


248 


32,012 


Hospitals 6 


148 


539,392 


7.3 ' 


133 


489,786 


7.9 


1,529 


399,173 


46 


47,931 


433 


42,682 


Other 


144 


157,535 


2.1 


103 


110,798 


1.8 


255 


53,166 


14 


11,561 


176 


46,072 


For-profit 


753 


470,594 


6.4 


552 


117,047 


1.9 


852 


113,157 


3 


877 


19 


3,013 


Research institutes 


66 


127,616 


1.7 


39 


21,551 


0.3 


101 


20,816 


1 


288 


4 


447 


Other 


687 


342,977 


4.6 


513 


95,496 


1.5 


751 


92,341 


2 


589 


15 


2,566 


Foreign' 


141 


53,950 


0.7 


101 


29,270 


0.5 


191 


26,457 


4 


1,494 


15 


1,319 



" A multicampus university (including its components) is counted as one; separately organized components ot a university system are counted individually. 

6 Includes hospitals owned by these institutions. 

c Includes basic health-science departments administered by schools of medicine or medicine/dentistry. 

* Less than 0.05 percent. 

8 Hospitals not owned by institutions classified as higher education, government, or research institutes. 

1 Awards to U.S. citizens abroad as well as to foreign nationals. 



Source: 



Information Systems Branch, DRG 
(Continued) 



Table 24 (Cont.) 



NIH Awards by Kind of Performing Institution 
and Funding Mechanism, Fiscal Year 1992 

(Dollars in Thousands) 





R&D contracts 


Research training 


Other awards 


Performing 


No. of 
inst. a 






Total 


Individual awards 


Institutional awards 






institution 


Number 


Amount 


No. of 

inst. a 










No. of 
inst. a 


Amount 








Amount 


Number Amount 


Number 


Amount 




Total 


532 


1,385 


$805,586 


385 


$319,198 


2,176 $56,057 


1,579 


$263,141 


81 


$33,811 


Domestic 


491 


1,334 


781,558 


360 


318,546 


2,149 55,405 


1,579 


263,141 


81 


33,811 


Nonprofit 


256 


755 


428,079 


357 


318,479 


2,146 55,338 


1,579 


263,141 


81 


33,811 


Higher education 11 


106 


426 


229,206 


238 


286,827 


1,811 45,571 


1,421 


241,256 


56 


26,023 


Medical schools 


79 


286 


135,737 


110 


189,604 


960 26,083 


961 


163,521 


28 


18,295 


Government 


21 


28 


8,632 


21 


2,747 


60 2,184 


6 


563 


2 


88 


Federal 


- 


- 


- 


17 


2,068 


55 2,068 


- 


- 


1 


14 


Research institutes 


- 


- 


- 


16 


2,034 


54 2,034 


- 


- 


1 


14 


Hospitals 


- 


- 


- 


1 


34 


1 34 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Other 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


State and local 


21 


28 


8,632 


4 


679 


5 116 


6 


563 


1 


74 


Research institutes 


- 


- 


- 


1 


74 


3 74 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Hospitals 


2 


5 


1,743 


2 


463 


2 42 


5 


422 


- 


- 


Other 


19 


23 


6,890 


1 


141 


- 


1 


141 


1 


74 


Other nonprofit 


129 


301 


190,241 


98 


28,905 


275 7,582 


152 


21,322 


23 


7,700 


Research institutes 


51 


169 


117,827 


54 


10,021 


156 4,079 


48 


5,943 


9 


2,653 


Hospitals e 


40 


69 


29,694 


31 


15,836 


104 3,124 


83 


12,712 


9 


4,076 


Other 


38 


63 


42,719 


13 


3,047 


15 380 


21 


2,668 


5 


971 


For-profit 


235 


579 


353,480 


3 


67 


3 67 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Research institutes 


38 


125 


106,044 


1 


22 


1 22 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Other 


197 


454 


247,436 


2 


45 


2 45 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Foreign 1 


41 


51 


24,028 


25 


652 


27 652 


- 


- 


- 


- 



See footnotes on first page of table. 



40 



Table 25 



NIH Awards by NIH Component and 
Kind of Performing Institution, Fiscal Year 1992 

(Thousands of Dollars) 





Total 


Domestic nonprofit institutions 


Domestic profit institutions 






Total 


Higher education 8 


Other nonprofit 


Total 


Research 
institutes 


Other 




NIH 
component 


Total 


Medical 
schools'" 


Other 

health 

professional 


Other 


Research 
institutes 


Hospitals 


Other 


Foreign d 












schools 


















Total 


$7,379,133 


$6,854,589 


$5,408,823 


$3,742,487 


$527,908 


$1,138,428 


$692,910 


$579,760 


$173,095 


$470,594 


$127,616 


$342,977 


$53,950 


NIA 


309,749 


299,854 


257,332 


186,419 


13,774 


57,139 


15,419 


20,616 


6,487 


8,862 


2,586 


6,276 


1,033 


NIAID 


796,378 


736,840 


580,876 


437,641 


65,643 


77,591 


60,827 


80,241 


14,896 


47,982 


15,686 


32,296 


11,556 


NIAMS 


179,325 


175,955 


137,090 


116,055 


8,873 


12,163 


9,887 


26,520 


2,457 


2,929 


250 


2,680 


441 


NCI 


1,536,553 


1,280,527 


837,771 


631,712 


88,780 


117,279 


245,763 


140,035 


56,958 


239,727 


53,320 


186,407 


16,298 


NICHD 


429,961 


397,287 


311,569 


190,578 


25,493 


95,498 


43,945 


36,731 


5,042 


30,310 


21,751 


8,559 


2,364 


NIDCD 


134,235 


131,400 


105,469 


60,700 


3,923 


40,846 


10,475 


10,777 


4,679 


2,498 


- 


2,498 


337 


NIDR 


117,163 


113,147 


99,162 


22,044 


70,816 


6,302 


9,570 


2,593 


1,821 


3,036 


529 


2,507 


980 


NIDDK 


556,215 


543,840 


441,764 


375,623 


15,485 


50,655 


32,905 


61,957 


7,214 


9,843 


1,605 


8,238 


2,532 


NIEHS 


216,286 


194,289 


141,031 


66,521 


39,714 


34,796 


33,528 


3,578 


16,152 


20,690 


8,942 


11,748 


1,307 


NEI 


233,966 


225,706 


191,448 


140,078 


17,307 


34,063 


17,502 


14,148 


2,609 


5,215 


42 


5,173 


3,045 


NIGMS 


811,137 


796,199 


712,891 


305,271 


27,755 


379,865 


60,739 


17,789 


4,781 


12,942 


2,387 


10,555 


1,995 


NHLBI 


1,034,567 


996,151 


790,941 


655,285 


67,913 


67,743 


71,221 


105,462 


28,526 


33,187 


12,774 


20,413 


5,229 


NINDS 


479,967 


461,758 


399,779 


326,127 


13,790 


59,863 


21,985 


33,271 


6,722 


11,685 


1,868 


9,817 


6,524 


FIC 


13,003 


12,965 


10,593 


5,468 


3,909 


1,216 


1,694 


602 


76 


- 


- 


- 


38 


NCHGR 


95,294 


89,288 


70,501 


49,530 


1,099 


19,872 


11,594 


6,561 


633 


6,005 


3,726 


2,279 


1 


NCNR 


44,196 


43,745 


42,241 


4,392 


36,953 


896 


508 


776 


220 


451 


251 


199 


- 


NCRR 


306,244 


298,670 


255,411 


155,841 


24,188 


75,382 


21,703 


16,566 


4,991 


7,303 


388 


6,916 


270 


NLM 


53,484 


29,863 


22,955 


13,202 


2,493 


7,260 


1,994 


1,539 


3,375 


23,621 


1,360 


22,260 


- 


Other 8 


31,412 


27,103 


- 


- 


- 


- 


21,649 


- 


5,454 


4,309 


150 


4,158 


- 



8 Includes all hospitals administered by these institutions. 

b Includes basic health-science departments administered by schools of medicine and medicine/dentistry. 

c Hospitals not administered by institutions classified as higher education or research institutes. 

"Awards to U.S. citizens working abroad as well as to foreign nationals. 

8 CC, ORG, 00, and Women's Health Initiative. 



Source: Information Systems Branch, DRG 



41 



Table 26 



NIH Awards to U.S. Medical Schools 3 by 
Funding Mechanism, Fiscal Years 1983-1992 

(Dollars in Thousands) 



Funding mechanism 


1983 


1984 


1985 


1986 1987 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 


AMOUNT 


Total 


$1,688,775 


$1,899,275 


$2,223,001 


$2,295,226 $2,688,815 


$2,867,163 


$3,059,636 


$3,200,583 


$3,443,141 


$3,742,487 



Research grants 



1,509,031 1,717,571 1,985,292 2,051,182 2,405,553 2,591,481 2,773,751 2,876,799 3,120,882 3,398,851 



R&D contracts 



76,922 



76,247 



90,604 108,832 136,024 125,396 



112,620 



137,704 



120,545 135,737 



Research training 


101,642 


103,859 


134,234 


129,690 


141,371 


147,125 


154,727 


174,457 


184,028 


189,604 


Individual awards 


15,997 


16,475 


21,131 


19,017 


20,486 


20,148 


20,583 


23,582 


25,528 


26,083 


Institutional awards 


85,645 


87,384 


113,102 


110,673 


120,885 


126,977 


134,144 


150,875 


158,500 


163,521 


Construction grants 


936 


700 


10,701 


3,787 


3,736 


- 


- 


2,085 


6,459 


10,114 


Other awards 


244 


898 


2,170 


1,735 


2,131 


3,161 


18,538 


9,538 


11,226 


8,181 










NUMBER 












Research grants 


10,922 


11,263 


11,959 


12,115 


12,713 


13,080 


13,157 


13,116 


13,657 


13,851 


R&D contracts 


304 


326 


326 


346 


337 


328 


293 


313 


296 


286 


Research training 


1,664 


1,710 


1,728 


1,614 


1,705 


1,689 


1,642 


1,767 


1.858 


1,921 


Individual awards 


809 


835 


873 


777 


842 


820 


775 


887 


933 


960 


Institutional awards 


855 


875 


855 


837 


863 


869 


867 


880 


925 


961 


Construction grants 


2 


2 


26 


21 


19 


- 


- 


3 


3 


7 



' Includes hospitals and basic health-science departments administered by schools ol medicine or medicine/dentistry. 



Source: Information Systems Branch. ORG 



42 



Table 27 



NIH Awards to U.S. Institutions of Higher Education by 
Component and Funding Mechanism, Fiscal Year 1992 

(Dollars in Thousands) 





Total 


Research grants 


Major component 


Amount 


Percent 


Total 


grants 


Project grants 


Center 


grants 


Other 


grants 




Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Total - all institutions 3 


$7,379,133 


100.0% 


27,037 


$6,220,538 


22,207 


$4,954,941 


757 


$789,158 


4,073 


$476,439 


Total - U.S. higher education 


5,408,823 


73.3 


21,338 


4,866,768 


17,568 


3,870,686 


628 


650,614 


3,142 


345,468 


Health professional school components 


4,270,395 


57.9 


16,014 


3,829,748 


13,134 


3,022,990 


526 


552,664 


2,354 


254,094 


Medicine b 


3,742,487 


50.7 


13,851 


3,398,851 


11,528 


2,676,825 


473 


509,773 


1,850 


212,253 


Public health 


177,516 


2.4 


377 


114,701 


310 


101,194 


6 


4,288 


61 


9,219 


Hospitals 


49,033 


0.7 


182 


45,280 


150 


33,752 


4 


7,333 


28 


4,194 


Dentistry 


86,240 


1.2 


455 


80,554 


291 


54,544 


22 


14,745 


142 


11,265 


Veterinary medicine 


65,462 


0.9 


321 


56,168 


253 


45,803 


4 


7,257 


64 


3,108 


Pharmacy 


73,307 


1.0 


374 


65,950 


286 


53,862 


7 


6,819 


81 


5,270 


Other 


76,350 


1.0 


454 


68,243 


316 


57,009 


10 


2,448 


128 


8,786 


Schools of A&S and graduate schools 


804,899 


10.9 


4,015 


740,655 


3,379 


627,396 


52 


42,221 


584 


71,037 


Other components 


333,529 


4.5 


1,309 


296,365 


1,055 


220,299 


50 


55,729 


204 


20,336 


Organized research units 


145,253 


2.0 


440 


130,917 


355 


99,843 


30 


25,381 


55 


5,693 


Engineering 


53,604 


0.7 


275 


48,747 


220 


39,963 


8 


3,981 


47 


4,804 


Agriculture 


63,264 


0.9 


370 


58,994 


337 


55,347 


4 


1,372 


29 


2,275 


University-wide 


15,409 


0.2 


47 


7,581 


10 


1,533 


2 


4,083 


35 


1,965 


Other 


55,999 


0.8 


177 


50,125 


133 


23,613 


6 


20,912 


38 


5,600 



3 Includes foreign. 

" Includes hospitals and basic health-science departments administered by schools of medicine or medicine/dentistry. 

c Hospitals administered by institutions of higher education (e.g., Univ. of Texas System's M.D. Anderson Hospital and Tumor Institute). Excludes hospitals administered by medical schools. 

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Table 27 (Cont.) 



NIH Awards to U.S. Institutions of Higher Education by 
Component and Funding Mechanism, Fiscal Year 1992 

(Dollars in Thousands) 





R&D contracts 


Research training 


Other awards 


Major component 


Number 


Amount 


Total 
amount 


Individ 


ual awards 


Institutional awards 


Number 






Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Amount 


Total - all institutions 9 


1,385 


$805,586 


$319,198 


2,176 


$56,057 


1,579 


$263,141 


93 


$33,811 


Total - U.S. higher education 


426 


229,206 


286,827 


1,811 


45,571 


1,421 


241,256 


68 


26,023 


Health professional school components 


367 


198,074 


218,587 


1,208 


30,840 


1,134 


187,747 


51 


23,986 


Medicine b 


286 


135,737 


189,604 


960 


26,083 


961 


163,521 


36 


18,295 


Public health 


39 


47,495 


11,466 


21 


541 


47 


10,925 


9 


3,854 


Hospitals 


7 


2,583 


1,031 


9 


183 


7 


847 


1 


139 


Dentistry 


3 


936 


4,750 


16 


509 


46 


4,241 


- 


- 


Veterinary medicine 


8 


4,255 


3,353 


31 


927 


25 


2,426 


4 


1,686 


Pharmacy 


16 


4,927 


2,430 


16 


434 


17 


1,996 


- 


- 


Other 


8 


2,141 


5,954 


155 


2,163 


31 


3,790 


1 


12 


Schools of A&S and graduate schools 


20 


8,660 


54,705 


493 


11,980 


226 


42,725 


9 


880 


Other components 


39 


22,472 


13,535 


110 


2,751 


61 


10,784 


8 


1,157 


Organized research units 


16 


9,823 


4,170 


39 


983 


17 


3,187 


3 


342 


Engineering 


6 


2,116 


2,516 


19 


468 


14 


2,048 


2 


225 


Agriculture 


2 


418 


3,844 


39 


921 


16 


2,922 


1 


9 


University-wide 


10 


7,243 


584 


3 


76 


5 


508 


- 


- 


Other 


5 


2,872 


2,421 


10 


302 


9 


2,118 


2 


580 



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44 



Table 28 



NIH Awards by State and Funding Mechanism, 
Fiscal Year 1992 



(Thousands of Dollars) 











Research 


grants 






Research training 




State 


Rank 


Total 


Total 


Project 


Center 


Other 


R&D 

contracts 


Total 


Individual 


Institutional 


Other 
awards 








grants 


grants 


grants 


grants 




awards 


awards 




Total 




$7,379,133 


$6,220,538 


$4,954,941 


$789,158 


$476,439 


$805,586 


$319,198 


$56,057 


$263,141 


$33,811 


U.S. Total 




7,325,183 


6,191,267 


4,928,483 


787,664 


475,120 


781,558 


318,546 


55,405 


263,141 


33,811 


Alabama 


18 


108,153 


81,007 


57,406 


16,061 


7,540 


21,936 


4,423 


229 


4,194 


788 


Alaska 


50 


1,441 


1,367 


1,142 


- 


225 


- 


- 


- 


- 


74 


Arizona 


28 


59,232 


57,118 


47,690 


6,253 


3,175 


738 


1,376 


390 


986 


- 


Arkansas 


42 


10,269 


9,319 


7,632 


- 


1,687 


807 


143 


- 


143 


- 


California 


1 


1,028,413 


913,992 


755,921 


102,331 


55,741 


57,923 


51,247 


9,656 


41,591 


5,251 


Colorado 


19 


106,813 


97,763 


73,181 


15,231 


9,352 


3,408 


5,588 


1,322 


4,266 


54 


Connecticut 


13 


177,519 


159,397 


131,931 


16,688 


10,777 


5,427 


10,710 


1,562 


9,147 


1,985 


Delaware 


47 


2,659 


1,909 


1,165 


- 


744 


606 


145 


37 


108 


- 


Dist. of Col. 


20 


101,414 


71,162 


44,606 


6,238 


20,318 


27,506 


1,430 


502 


928 


1,316 


Florida 


21 


100,570 


92,354 


70,842 


11,530 


9,982 


4,137 


3,697 


506 


3,191 


382 


Georgia 


22 


95,810 


86,539 


61,396 


16,513 


8,630 


6,005 


3,159 


940 


2,219 


108 


Hawaii 


40 


15,807 


13,166 


8,420 


2,598 


2,149 


2,267 


374 


75 


299 


- 


Idaho 


52 


1,003 


878 


617 


- 


260 


- 


- 


- 


- 


126 


Illinois 


10 


214,992 


184,304 


151,038 


20,801 


12,465 


15,473 


12,821 


1,770 


11,051 


2,394 


Indiana 


25 


72,597 


66,126 


55,682 


6,064 


4,380 


4,004 


2,467 


422 


2,045 


- 


Iowa 


24 


73,040 


65,615 


42,139 


19,598 


3,877 


3,298 


3,858 


607 


3,251 


269 


Kansas 


35 


23,716 


21,762 


17,557 


1,925 


2,280 


1,178 


776 


95 


681 


- 


Kentucky 


32 


30,444 


25,719 


20,964 


2,084 


2,670 


3,221 


380 


150 


229 


1,124 


Louisiana 


29 


52,869 


48,672 


35,579 


8,650 


4,443 


3,044 


1,099 


76 


1,023 


54 


Maine 


41 


13,456 


12,254 


9,337 


2,181 


736 


1,008 


194 


29 


166 


- 


Maryland 


4 


456,210 


250,648 


193,183 


31,835 


25,631 


187,113 


17,179 


3,869 


13,310 


1,270 


Massachusetts 


3 


771,577 


681,107 


579,336 


67,593 


34,178 


45,739 


39,500 


7,726 


31,773 


5,231 


Michigan 


12 


210,869 


185,119 


146,124 


27,275 


11,720 


14,144 


11,210 


1,690 


9,520 


397 


Minnesota 


15 


156,887 


123,850 


101,850 


11,447 


10,553 


26,065 


6,908 


1,050 


5,857 


64 


Mississippi 


43 


7,725 


6,244 


4,964 


- 


1,280 


632 


770 


- 


770 


80 



a Awards to U.S. citizens working abroad as well as to foreign nationals. 



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Table 28 (Cont.) 



NIH Awards by State and Funding Mechanism, 
Fiscal Year 1992 



(Thousands of Dollars) 











Research 


grants 






Research training 


Other 
awards 


State 


Rank 


Total 


Total 


Project 


Center 


Other 


R&D 
contracts 


Total 


Individual 


Institutional 








grants 


grants 


grants 


grants 




awards 


awards 




Missouri 


14 


$164,873 


$144,009 


$114,764 


$20,653 


$8,592 


$8,587 


$11,546 


$1,192 


$10,354 


$731 


Montana 


46 


3,808 


3,304 


2,641 


- 


663 


6 


128 


13 


115 


370 


Nebraska 


37 


21,132 


19,828 


14,839 


3,683 


1,306 


1,020 


284 


87 


198 


- 


Nevada 


45 


6,999 


6,681 


6,107 


- 


574 


- 


243 


180 


63 


75 


New Hampshire 


31 


31,414 


29,776 


21,654 


1,660 


6,462 


454 


1,184 


255 


928 


- 


New Jersey 


23 


78,470 


63,865 


58,293 


1,794 


3,778 


11,156 


3,320 


969 


2,352 


128 


New Mexico 


34 


25,595 


22,343 


14,862 


3,990 


3,492 


2,467 


611 


232 


379 


173 


New York 


2 


787,958 


723,325 


581,743 


106,791 


34,791 


31,406 


31,555 


4,415 


27,140 


1,673 


North Carolina ' 


8 


279,627 


228,590 


176,661 


35,668 


16,261 


32,725 


14,612 


2,017 


12,595 


3,700 


North Dakota 


51 


1,384 


1,291 


890 


- 


401 


- 


94 


- 


94 


- 


Ohio 


11 


211,896 


183,463 


148,811 


18,532 


16,120 


20,197 


7,097 


929 


6,168 


1,139 


Oklahoma 


38 


19,657 


18,306 


16,006 


361 


1,939 


730 


435 


220 


215 


186 


Oregon 


26 


70,831 


64,549 


50,340 


11,340 


2,870 


3,452 


2,690 


819 


1,870 


140 


Pennsylvania 


5 


424,509 


393,307 


301,946 


49,013 


42,347 


13,784 


16,838 


2,984 


13,855 


580 


Rhode Island 


30 


32,124 


30,007 


23,943 


2,520 


3,544 


1,016 


1,101 


323 


777 


- 


South Carolina 


36 


21,258 


20,287 


16,305 


1,898 


2,084 


221 


750 


208 


542 


- 


South Dakota 


48 


1,612 


1,598 


836 


- 


762 


- 


14 


- 


14 


- 


Tennessee 


17 


130,075 


119,356 


84,366 


25,239 


9,751 


4,468 


6,132 


653 


5,479 


119 


Texas 


6 


357,451 


326,797 


257,703 


38,004 


31,090 


16,944 


11,104 


1,973 


9,131 


2,605 


Utah 


27 


60,766 


51,775 


43,357 


5,131 


3,288 


7,430 


1,561 


222 


1,339 


- 


Vermont 


33 


26,615 


22,202 


17,770 


3,426 


1,006 


3,437 


976 


370 


606 


- 


Virginia 


9 


228,952 


92,769 


71,899 


10,712 


10,158 


129,890 


6,037 


1,129 


4,908 


257 


Washington 


7 


285,126 


223,975 


178,736 


31 ,628 


13,611 


47,361 


12,821 


2,193 


10,628 


969 


West Virginia 


44 


7,393 


6,620 


5,310 


255 


1,055 


611 


162 


- 


162 


- 


Wisconsin 


16 


133,082 


120,459 


94,799 


17,414 


8,247 


5,921 


6,701 


1,212 


5,490 


— 


Wyoming 


49 


1,452 


1,452 


1,168 


- 


285 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Guam 


54 


195 


195 


- 


- 


195 


- 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


Puerto Rico 


39 


17,109 


13,532 


3,034 


5,058 


5,439 


2,595 


982 


107 


875 


- 


Virgin Islands 


53 


332 


216 


- 


- 


216 


— 


116 


" 


116 




Foreign 3 




53,950 


29,270 


26,457 


1,494 


1,319 


24,028 


652 


652 


- 


- 



See footnote on first page of table. 



46 



Table 29 



Average Size of NIH Awards 3 by Kind of Award, 
Fiscal Years 1983-1992 in Current and Constant Dollars 

(Thousands) 



Kind of award and code 



1983 



1984 



1985 



1986 



1987 



1988 



1989 



1990 



1991 



1992 



Research projects 

Traditional (R01) 

Research program projects (P01) 

SBIR (R43, R44) 

Other (P41, b P42, R22, R23, R29, R35, R37, U01) 

Research centers 

Specialized (P50, U54) 
Core grants (P30) 
General clinical (M01) 
Comprehensive (P60) 
Biotechnology resource (P41 , U41) 
Primate research center (P51) 
Animal resource (P40, U40, U42) 
Other (G12, P20) 

Other research 

Biomedical research support and development 

(S07, S10) 
RCPAs (K) 

Cooperative clinical (R10, U10) 
Minority biomedical support (S06, S11, S14) 
Other c 

Contracts 

Training 

Individual awards (F's) 
Institutional awards (T's except T09) 



CURRENT DOLLARS 



$123.7 


$137.9 


$150.2 


$154.6 


$175.4 


$183.8 


$193.9 


$204.9 


$213.4 


$225.5 


109.7 


123.5 


134.5 


136.8 


151.8 


154.9 


163.4 


173.6 


184.8 


195.6 


667.2 


720.5 


797.6 


797.1 


853.4 


878.3 


912.1 


960.6 


949.6 


981.3 


53.5 


84.9 


95.0 


100.4 


111.8 


118.7 


111.1 


111.7 


112.8 


109.4 


63.2 


70.7 


79.0 


109.3 


154.2 


187.6 


197.0 


206.9 


207.7 


223.2 


767.4 


862.1 


893.0 


872.9 


958.2 


959.8 


1,012.7 


1,017.9 


1,058.6 


1,082.3 


813.7 


898.7 


895.7 


864.4 


936.5 


898.4 


950.2 


945.6 


1,068.6 


1,176.2 


792.9 


832.2 


908.7 


894.7 


976.4 


964.5 


1 ,009.0 


975.9 


973.3 


1,013.8 


988.1 


1,079.3 


1,121.1 


1,114.7 


1,175.2 


1,309.7 


1,385.6 


1,447.6 


1,567.1 


1,687.7 


921.7 


1,106.0 


1,294.5 


1,227.6 


1,362.6 


1 ,400.4 


1,366.1 


1,363.2 


1,377.0 


1,381.0 


420.9 


535.8 


557.6 


534.5 


555.9 


565.1 


612.9 


557.6 


601.2 


646.4 


2,802.7 


3,224.9 


3,459.4 


3,409.4 


4,613.2 


4,757.1 


5,074.2 


5,239.9 


5,267.3 


6,027.3 


167.9 


159.8 


159.9 


247.3 


256.9 


287.2 


285.5 


300.8 


327.2 


368.3 


54.7 


- 


681.6 


676.7 


692.9 


639.9 


889.7 


944.0 


813.7 


543.3 


81.8 


86.2 


102.4 


98.4 


96.4 


98.3 


101.5 


101.5 


102.5 


127.6 


95.0 


101.2 


129.9 


123.9 


121.5 


113.4 


111.2 


99.3 


71.6 


97.6 


42.4 


44.3 


57.9 


60.3 


63.9 


65.7 


68.0 


70.5 


80.8 


83.8 


149.4 


155.3 


170.6 


208.5 


227.6 


255.1 


284.7 


243.3 


266.9 


363.0 


379.8 


393.0 


365.4 


340.9 


397.7 


414.4 


425.9 


408.8 


444.8 


46S.4 


67.9 


69.5 


81.9 


76.1 d 


62.1 


65.3 


65.8 


67.0 


72.7 


83.3 


334.2 


343.2 


312.9 


356.4 


433.1 


451.4 


501.3 


536.7 


533.2 


581.7 


55.0 


55.4 


67.0 


68.9 


70.2 


73.6 


80.0 


83.5 


85.5 


85.5 


18.9 


18.7 


22.7 


22.9 


22.4 


22.7 


24.3 


24.5 


25.2 


25.3 


103.5 


104.4 


134.2 


133.0 


142.9 


146.0 


153.7 


169.0 


172.7 


170.7 



a Represents total costs, except that supplements to prior years' grants are excluded. 

" P41 for NIGMS only. 

c D42, R03, R13, R15, R18, R21, R24, R25, R26, R55, S15, 1118, U26, U45, and U50 lor all ICDs. Also, lorDRR (prior to 1990) and NLM only, includes P01, P41, P50, R01, R22, R23, R29, R43, R44, and 

U24. For NCRR only, includes U24. 
" For NCNR in FY 1986 only, includes P01, R01, and R23. 
" FY 1983=100. Constant dollars are based on the Biomedical R&D Price Index (see inside back cover). 

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Table 29 (Cont.) 



Average Size of NIH Awards 3 by Kind of Award, 
Fiscal Years 1983-1992 in Current and Constant Dollars 



(Thousands) 



Kind of award and code 


1983 


1984 


1985 


1986 


1987 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 








CONSTANT DOLLARS 6 














Research projects 


$123.7 


$130.4 


$135.0 


$133.5 


$143.7 


$143.4 


$143.7 


$144.1 


$142.9 


$144.0 


Traditional (R01) 


109.7 


116.7 


120.9 


118.1 


124.4 


120.8 


121.1 


122.0 


123.8 


124.9 


Research program projects (P01) 


667.2 


680.8 


717.2 


688.0 


699.2 


685.1 


676.0 


675.2 


635.8 


626.4 


SBIR (R43, R44) 


53.5 


80.2 


85.4 


86.6 


91.6 


92.6 


82.3 


78.5 


75.5 


69.8 


Other (P41, b P42, R22, R23, R29, R35, R37, U01) 


63.2 


66.8 


71.0 


94.3 


126.3 


146.4 


146.0 


145.4 


139.1 


142.4 


Research centers 


767.4 


814.6 


802.9 


753.4 


785.1 


748.7 


750.6 


715.5 


708.8 


690.9 


Specialized (P50, U54) 


813.7 


849.2 


805.4 


746.1 


767.3 


700.8 


704.3 


664.7 


715.5 


750.8 


Core grants (P30) 


792.9 


786.4 


817.1 


772.2 


800.0 


752.4 


747.8 


686.0 


651.6 


647.1 


General clinical (M01) 


988.1 


1,019.9 


1,008.0 


962.1 


962.9 


1,021.6 


1,027.0 


1,017.6 


1 ,049.2 


1,077.3 


Comprehensive (P60) 


921.7 


1,045.1 


1,163.9 


1,059.5 


1,116.4 


1,092.3 


1,012.5 


958.3 


921.9 


881.5 


Biotechnology resource (P41, U41) 


420.9 


506.3 


501.4 


461.3 


455.5 


440.8 


454.3 


391.9 


402.5 


412.6 


Primate research center (P51) 


2,802.7 


3,047.3 


3,110.4 


2,942.7 


3,779.8 


3,710.7 


3,760.9 


3,683.3 


3,526.6 


3,847.4 


Animal resource (P40, U40, U42) 


167.9 


151.0 


143.8 


213.4 


210.5 


224.1 


211.6 


211.5 


219.1 


235.1 


Other (G12.P20) 


54.7 


- 


612.8 


584.1 


567.7 


499.2 


659.4 


663.6 


544.8 


346.8 


Other research 


81.8 


81.5 


92.1 


84.9 


79.0 


76.7 


75.3 


71.3 


68.6 


81.5 


Biomedical research support and development 






















(S07, S10) 


95.0 


95.6 


116.8 


106.9 


99.5 


88.5 


82.4 


69.8 


47.9 


62.3 


RCPAs (K) 


42.4 


41.9 


52.1 


52.0 


52.4 


51.3 


50.4 


49.6 


54.1 


53.5 


Cooperative clinical (R10, U10) 


149.4 


146.8 


153.4 


180.0 


186.4 


199.0 


211.0 


171.0 


178.7 


231.7 


Minority biomedical support (S06, S11, S14) 


379.8 


371.4 


328.5 


294.2 


325.9 


323.2 


315.7 


287.4 


297.8 


299.0 


Other c 


67.9 


65.6 


73.7 


65.7 d 


50.9 


50.9 


48.8 


47.1 


48.7 


53.2 


Contracts 


334.2 


324.3 


281.3 


307.6 


354.8 


352.1 


371.5 


377.3 


357.1 


371.3 


Training 

Individual awards (F's) 
Institutional awards (T's except T09) 


55.0 


52.3 


60.3 


59.4 


57.5 


57.4 


59.3 


58.7 


57.2 


54.6 


18.9 


17.7 


20.4 


19.8 


18.3 


17.7 


18.0 


17.2 


16.9 


16.1 


103.5 


98.7 


120.7 


114.8 


117.1 


113.9 


113.9 


118.8 


115.6 


109.0 



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Table 30 



Average Size of NIH Awards 9 by Kind of Award and NIH 

Component, Fiscal Year 1983, and Fiscal Year 1992 in 

Current and Constant Dollars' 1 



(Thousands) 





Total 


NIA 


NIAID 


NIAMS 


Kind of award and code 




1992 




1992 




1992 




1992 




1983 






1983 






1983 






1983 










Current 


Constant 




Current 


Constant 




Current 


Constant 




Current 


Constant 


Research projects 


$123.7 


$225.5 


$144.0 


$134.6 


$254.0 


$162.2 


$118.3 


$240.5 


$153.5 


$115.0 


$201.9 


$128.9 


Traditional (R01) 


109.7 


195.6 


124.9 


99.5 


188.3 


120.2 


112.8 


197.2 


125.9 


110.4 


192.6 


123.0 


Research program projects (P01) 


667.2 


981.3 


626.4 


496.1 


807.8 


515.6 


525.2 


611.3 


390.2 


564.4 


949.7 


606.2 


SBIR (R43, R44) 


53.5 


109.4 


69.8 


55.7 


138.5 


88.4 


61.9 


106.4 


67.9 


43.1 


162.6 


103.8 


Other (P41,° P42, R22, R23, R29, R35, R37, U01) 


63.2 


223.2 


142.4 


49.9 


279.9 


178.7 


89.3 


338.8 


216.3 


46.6 


147.3 


94.0 


Research centers 


767.4 


1,082.3 


690.9 


234.6 


1,078.9 


688.7 


288.9 


553.8 


353.5 


416.2 


879.6 


561.5 


Specialized (P50, U54) 


813.7 


1,176.2 


750.8 


- 


1,696.5 


1,082.9 


288.9 


526.8 


336.3 


- 


930.1 


593.7 


Core grants (P30) 


792.9 


1,013.8 


647.1 


234.6 


702.2 


448.2 


- 


529.3 


337.8 


166.5 


433.0 


276.4 


General clinical (M01) 


988.1 


1,687.7 


1,077.3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Comprehensive (P60) 


921.7 


1,381.0 


881.5 


- 


1,246.8 


795.9 


- 


- 


- 


434.0 


1,017.4 


649.5 


Biotechnology resource (P41, U41) 


420.9 


646.4 


412.6 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Primate research center (P51) 


2,802.7 


6,027.3 


3,847.4 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Animal resource (P40, U40, U42) 


167.9 


368.3 


235.1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Other (G1 2, P20) 


54.7 


543.3 


346.8 


- 


248.3 


158.5 


- 


1,197.3 


764.3 


- 


- 


- 


Other research 


81.8 


127.6 


81.5 


40.4 


81.8 


52.2 


34.9 


76.2 


48.7 


46.5 


73.8 


47.1 


Biomedical research support and development 


























(S07, S10) 


95.0 


97.6 


62.3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


RCPAs (K) 


42.4 


83.8 


53.5 


52.6 


92.5 


59.0 


38.0 


72.8 


46.5 


41.2 


72.9 


46.6 


Cooperative clinical (R10, U10) 


149.4 


-363.0 


231.7 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Minority biomedical support (S06, S11, S14) 


379.8 


468.4 


299.0 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Other d 


67.9 


83.3 


53.2 


24.7 


60.1 


38.4 


16.0 


81.7 


52.1 


85.8 


74.7 


47.7 


Contracts 


334.2 s 


581.7" 


371.3 s 


314.4 


654.3 


417.7 


281.8 


997.0 


636.4 


253.3 


273.4 


174.5 


Training 


55.0 


85.5 


54.6 


59.6 


118.4 


75.6 


51.7 


86.5 


55.2 


46.7 


66.3 


42.3 


Individual awards (F's) 


18.9 


25.3 


16.1 


20.6 


23.3 


14.9 


18.4 


28.2 


18.0 


18.9 


26.3 


16.8 


Institutional awards (T's) 


103.5 


170.7 


109.0 


79.8 


161.6 


103.2 


103.1 


150.9 


96.3 


60.8 


96.1 


61.3 



8 Represents total costs, except that supplements to prior years' grants are excluded. 

° FY 1983=100. Constant dollars are based on the Biomedical R&D Price Index (see back inside cover). 

C P41 lor NIGMS only. 

"042, R03, R13, R15, RIB, R21, R24, R25, R26, R55, S15, U18, U26, U45, and U50 for all ICDs. Also, for DRR (in 1983) and NLM only, includes P01, P41, P50, R01, R22, R23, R29, R43, R44, and U24. 

For NCRR only, includes U24. 
8 DRS and DCRT for 1983, Women's Health Initiative and DRG for 1992, and CC and OD for all years included in totals only. 

Source: Information Systems Branch, DRG 
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Table 30 (Cont.) 



Average Size of NIH Awards 9 by Kind of Award and NIH 

Component, Fiscal Year 1983, and Fiscal Year 1992 in 

Current and Constant Dollars'* 



(Thousands) 





NCI 


NICHO 


NIDCD 


NIDR 


Kind of award and code 




1992 




1992 




1992 




1992 




1983 






1983 






1983 






1983 










Current 


Constant 




Current 


Constant 




Current 


Constant 




Current 


Constant 


Research projects 


$142.4 


$262.6 


$167.6 


$112.7 


$196.1 


$125.2 


- 


$205.6 


$131.3 


$96.7 


$186.9 


$119.3 


Traditional (R01) 


110.9 


207.0 


132.1 


104.8 


175.7 


112.1 


- 


187.5 


119.7 


96.7 


174.8 


111.6 


Research program projects (P01) 


766.2 


1,142.6 


729.4 


479.4 


772.2 


492.9 


- 


1,032.2 


658.9 


376.9 


668.3 


426.6 


SBIR (R43, R44) 


51.5 


86.1 


55.0 


48.0 


104.2 


66.5 


- 


140.3 


89.6 


45.4 


138.4 


88.3 


Other (P41, c P42, R22, R23, R29, R35, R37, U01) 


75.7 


270.8 


172.9 


54.4 


153.0 


97.6 


- 


96.0 


61.3 


49.6 


136.4 


87.0 


Research centers 


1,187.1 


1,637.8 


1,045.4 


548.3 


670.5 


428.0 


_ 


959.0 


612.2 


1,186.2 


661.0 


421.9 


Specialized (P50, U54) 


955.6 


1,976.8 


1,261.9 


648.3 


1,026.2 


655.0 


- 


1,005.6 


641.9 


1,186.2 


763.9 


487.6 


Core grants (P30) 


1,280.0 


2,219.2 


1,416.6 


478.7 


535.3 


341.7 


- 


- 


- 


- 


569.7 


363.7 


General clinical (M01) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Comprehensive (P60) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,375.5 


878.0 


- 


- 


- 


Biotechnology resource (P41, U41) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Primate research center (P51) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Animal resource (P40, U40, U42) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Other (G1 2, P20) 


95.8 


192.2 


122.7 


- 


98.4 


62.8 


- 


125.0 


79.8 


- 


380.9 


243.2 


Other research 


113.4 


201.5 


128.6 


38.2 


147.0 


93.8 


- 


57.2 


36.5 


20.8 


85.0 


54.2 


Biomedical research support and development 


























(S07, S10) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


RCPAs (K) 


40.6 


87.1 


55.6 


39.9 


88.6 


56.6 


- 


77.7 


49.6 


38.9 


130.3 


83.2 


Cooperative clinical (R10, U10) 


142.8 


485.3 


309.8 


- 


421.1 


268.8 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Minority biomedical support (S06, S11, S14) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Other" 


101.8 


64.6 


41.2 


15.1 


70.6 


45.0 


- 


44.6 


28.5 


13.2 


42.2 


26.9 


Contracts 


401.4 


556.5 


355.2 


195.5 


502.6 


320.8 


- 


393.2 


251.0 


122.5 


212.7 


135.8 


Training 

Individual awards (F's) 


73.5 


106.9 


68.2 


53.9 


78.6 


50.1 


- 


72.8 


46.5 


44.6 


67.6 


43.1 


18.0 


24.4 


15.6 


18.2 


26.6 


17.0 


- 


26.3 


16.8 


18.4 


27.9 


17.8 


Institutional awards (Ts) 


128.1 


177.6 


113.3 


89.6 


123.2 


78.6 


~ 


121.0 


77.3 


72.1 


94.3 


60.2 



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50 



Table 30 (Cont.) 



Average Size of NIH Awards 3 by Kind of Award and NIH 

Component, Fiscal Year 1983, and Fiscal Year 1992 in 

Current and Constant Dollars' 3 



(Thousands) 





NIDDK 


NIEHS 


NEI 


NIGMS 


Kind of award and code 




1992 




1992 




1992 




1992 




1983 






1983 






1983 






1983 










Current 


Constant 




Current 


Constant 




Current 


Constant 




Current 


Constant 


Research projects 


$116.4 


$211.7 


$135.1 


$123.1 


$262.4 


$167.5 


$106.8 


$177.2 


$113.1 


$111.8 


$189.3 


$120.8 


Traditional (R01) 


112.7 


187.3 


119.6 


102.8 


181.0 


115.5 


109.5 


179.3 


114.5 


108.4 


186.3 


118.9 


Research program projects (P01) 


624.7 


918.9 


586.6 


630.2 


800.2 


510.8 


- 


- 


- 


483.6 


714.6 


456.1 


SBIR (R43, R44) 


50.1 


152.3 


97.2 


61.9 


110.6 


70.6 


51.8 


112.1 


71.5 


58.1 


122.0 


77.8 


Other (P41, C P42, R22, R23, R29, 


























R35, R37, U01) 


71.8 


208.7 


133.2 


97.9 


532.6 


340.0 


48.7 


175.2 


111.8 


45.9 


173.4 


110.7 


Research centers 


618.4 


863.0 


550.8 


967.8 


940.8 


600.5 


159.0 


263.8 


168.4 


509.2 


844.0 


538.7 


Specialized (P50, U54) 


1,328.9 


596.4 


380.7 


- 


- 


- 


329.7 


- 


- 


509.2 


844.0 


538.7 


Core grants (P30) 


520.0 


801.8 


511.8 


967.8 


940.8 


600.5 


152.7 


263.8 


168.4 


- 


- 


- 


General clinical (M01) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Comprehensive (P60) 


1,381.2 


1,726.0 


1,101.7 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Biotechnology resource (P41 , U41) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Primate research center (P51 ) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Animal resource (P40, U40, U42) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Other (G12.P20) 


34.2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Other research 


38.9 


71.5 


45.6 


36.9 


369.9 


236.1 


27.7 


146.3 


93.4 


26.7 


205.4 


131.1 


Biomedical research support and 




X 






















development (S07, S10) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


RCPAs (K) 


42.4 


85.2 


54.4 


39.7 


91.2 


58.2 


39.1 


76.1 


48.6 


32.7 


60.4 


38.5 


Cooperative clinical (R10, U10) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


178.4 


113.9 


- 


- 


- 


Minority biomedical support (S06, 


























S11.S14) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


468.4 


299.0 


Other d 


6.5 


50.7 


32.4 


9.0 


530.2 


338.4 


21.1 


62.2 


39.7 


18.4 


73.1 


46.7 


Contracts 


185.1 


511.9 


326.8 


410.6 


509.9 


325.5 


146.9 


354.0 


226.0 


505.7 


1,228.4 


784.1 


Training 


43.6 


82.7 


52.8 


89.9 


108.7 


69.4 


34.5 


62.4 


39.9 


69.4 


100.3 


64.0 


Individual awards (F's) 


19.1 


29.1 


18.6 


15.9 


24.8 


15.8 


17.9 


25.5 


16.3 


17.4 


23.8 


15.2 


Institutional awards (T's) 


70.9 


127.2 


81.2 


140.3 


211.7 


135.1 


74.4 


169.4 


108.2 


149.6 


230.1 


146.9 



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Table 30 (Cont.) 



Average Size of NIH Awards 3 by Kind of Award and NIH 

Component, Fiscal Year 1983, and Fiscal Year 1992 in 

Current and Constant Dollars 13 



(Thousands) 





NHLBI 


NINDS 


FIC 


NCHGR 


Kind of award and code 




1992 




1992 




1992 




1992 




1983 






1983 






1983 






1983 










Current 


Constant 




Current 


Constant 




Current 


Constant 




Current 


Constant 


Research projects 


$147.7 


$257.1 


$164.1 


$113.5 


$219.0 


$139.8 


- 


- 


- 


- 


$336.8 


$215.0 


Traditional (R01) 


121.9 


216.2 


138.0 


96.7 


198.3 


126.6 


- 


- 


- 


- 


310.2 


198.0 


Research program projects (P01) 


944.5 


1,351.4 


862.6 


511.4 


898.9 


573.8 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,596.4 


1,019.0 


SBIR (R43, R44) 


52.1 


119.6 


76.3 


62.3 


122.1 


77.9 


- 


- 


- 


- 


134.7 


86.0 


Other (P41, c P42, R22, R23, R29, 


























R35, R37, U01) 


49.1 


191.9 


122.5 


47.2 


94.4 


60.3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


170.6 


108.9 


Research centers 


1,212.7 


1,483.2 


946.7 


718.5 


748.9 


478.1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2,250.5 


1,436.6 


Specialized (P50, U54) 


1,196.8 


1,434.1 


915.4 


718.5 


950.2 


606.5 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3,034.1 


1,936.7 


Core grants (P30) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2,095.6 


1,337.7 


General clinical (M01) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Comprehensive (P60) 


1,282.9 


1,752.9 


1,118.9 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Biotechnology resource (P41, U41) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,662.5 


1,061.2 


Primate research center (P51) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Animal resource (P40, U40, U42) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Other (G12.P20) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


346.4 


221.1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


720.1 


459.7 


Other research 


65.2 


79.2 


50.6 


39.8 


78.6 


50.2 


$81.4 


$23.9 


$15.3 


- 


69.2 


44.2 


Biomedical research support and 


























development (S07.S 10) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


RCPAs (K) 


45.1 


80.6 


51.4 


41.0 


77.9 


49.7 


- 


- 


- 


- 


67.7 


43.2 


Cooperative clinical (R10, U10) 


1,340.4 


140.0 


89.4 


- " 


1,617.1 


1,032.2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Minority biomedical support (S06, 


























S11.S14) 


— 


- 


— 


— 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


Other" 


198.0 


70.6 


45.1 


20.6 


59.1 


37.7 


81.4 


23.9 


15.3 


- 


69.5 


44.4 


Contracts 


386.7 


619.2 


395.3 


192.2 


346.4 


221.1 


101.5 


- 


- 


- 


35.0 


22.3 


Training 


58.3 


105.4 


67.2 


30.5 


57.2 


36.5 


26.5 


32.6 


20.8 


- 


52.4 


33.4 


Individual awards (F's) 


19.2 


28.9 


18.4 


18.0 


25.2 


16.1 


26.5 


29.5 


18.8 


- 


26.9 


17.2 


Institutional awards (T's) 


90.4 


182.9 


116.7 


69.5 


142.5 


90.9 


" 


197.6 


126.1 


' 


129.0 


82.3 



See footnotes on first page of table. 



(Continued) 



52 



Table 30 (Cont.) 



Average Size of NIH Awards 3 by Kind of Award and NIH 

Component, Fiscal Year 1983, and Fiscal Year 1992 in 

Current and Constant Dollars' 5 



(Thousands) 





NCNR 


NCRR 


NLM 


Kind of award and code 




1992 




1992 




1992 




1983 






1983 






1983 










Current 


Constant 




Current 


Constant 




Current 


Constant 


Research projects 


- 


$203.4 


$129.9 


- 


$140.5 


$89.7 


- 


- 


- 


Traditional (R01) 


- 


236.6 


151.0 


- 


188.0 


120.0 


- 


- 


- 


Research program projects (P01) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


SBIR (R43, R44) 


- 


90.1 


57.5 


- 


78.1 


49.9 


- 


- 


- 


Other (P41, c P42, R22, R23, R29, 




















R35, R37, U01) 


- 


110.9 


70.8 


- 


121.6 


77.6 


- 


- 


- 


Research centers 


_ 


238.2 


152.0 


$729.8 


1,245.1 


794.8 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Specialized (P50, U54) 


- 


557.0 


355.6 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Core grants (P30) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


General clinical (M01) 


- 


- 


- 


988.1 


1,687.7 


1,077.3 


- 


- 


- 


Comprehensive (P60) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Biotechnology resource (P41, U41) 


- 


- 


- 


420.9 


612.0 


390.7 


- 


- 


- 


Primate research center (P51) 


- 


- 


- 


2,802.7 


6,027.3 


3,847.4 


- 


- 


- 


Animal resource (P40, U40, U42) 


- 


- 


- 


167.9 


368.3 


235.1 


- 


- 


- 


Other (G12, P20) 


- 


110.7 


70.6 


- 


1,442.9 


921.0 


- 


- 


- 


Other research 


_ 


99.9 


63.8 


122.3 


99.3 


63.4 


$84.1 


$198.9 


$127.0 


Biomedical research support and 




"* 
















development (S07, S1 0) 


- 


- 


- 


95.0 


97.6 


62.3 


- 


- 


- 


RCPAs (K) 


- 


75.1 


47.9 


45.9 


70.9 


45.3 


38.3 


33.7 


21.5 


Cooperative clinical (R10, U10) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Minority biomedical support (S06, 




















S11.S14) 


- 


- 


- 


379.8 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Other d 


- 


109.9 


70.1 


98.6 


109.2 


69.7 


90.0 


201.7 


128.7 


Contracts 


- 


- 


- 


401.6 


435.6 


278.0 


223.0 


313.6 


200.2 


Training 


_ 


25.3 


16.1 


54.5 


111.3 


71.0 


81.4 


208.3 


133.0 


Individual awards (F's) 


- 


13.1 


8.4 


20.9 


26.4 


16.9 


- 


32.9 


21.0 


Institutional awards (T's) 


- 


129.1 


82.4 


64.5 


146.2 


93.3 


81.4 


366.1 


233.7 



See footnotes on first page of table. 



Table 31 



53 



NIH Research Grants 8 by NIH Component and Type, 
Fiscal Year 1992 

(Dollars in Thousands) 





Total 
number 6 


Total 


New 


Continuation 


Supplemental 


NIH 

component 


Competing 


Noncompeting 


Competing 


Noncompeting 




Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number b 


Amount 


Number 6 


Amount 


Total 


27,848 


27,037 


$6,220,538 


5,296 


$849,468 


2,764 


$873,841 


18,478 


$4,380,620 


121 


$18,037 


1,189 


$98,572 


NIA 


1,235 


1,144 


289,221 


271 


48,826 


92 


24,769 


736 


208,099 


16 


3,100 


120 


4,428 


NIAID 


2,741 


2,690 


629,878 


482 


86,997 


245 


93,788 


1,919 


430,452 


4 


574 


91 


18,067 


NIAMS 


865 


827 


168,588 


148 


22,715 


80 


31,634 


584 


111,715 


- 


- 


53 


2,525 


NCI 


4,381 


4,220 


1,167,640 


992 


158,459 


441 


164,304 


2,683 


808,128 


17 


1,347 


248 


35,402 


NICHD 


1,843 


1,773 


365,984 


364 


52,683 


168 


41,222 


1,196 


265,287 


7 


781 


108 


6,010 


NIDCD 


640 


636 


126,153 


129 


14,333 


53 


18,152 


441 


93,090 


4 


174 


13 


404 


NIDR 


588 


577 


107,174 


145 


15,130 


50 


12,818 


375 


77,637 


- 


- 


18 


1,589 


NIDDK 


2,591 


2,505 


516,538 


513 


71,348 


282 


68,917 


1,673 


370,080 


5 


689 


118 


5,504 


NIEMS 


532 


513 


152,093 


133 


46,262 


62 


31,504 


306 


71,811 


1 


127 


30 


2,388 


NEI 


1,303 


1,299 


220,700 


181 


21,181 


166 


34,144 


909 


161,034 


- 


- 


47 


4,342 


NIGMS 


3,782 


3,758 


714,520 


612 


79,808 


500 


120,305 


2,603 


510,198 


20 


2,073 


47 


2,137 


NHLBI 


3,622 


3,480 


876,311 


660 


124,793 


331 


115,856 


2,460 


627,013 


4 


546 


167 


8,103 


NINDS 


2,167 


2,126 


449,105 


320 


53,991 


241 


64,028 


1,542 


329,014 


6 


599 


58 


1,473 


FIC 


43 


43 


1,028 


43 


1,028 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


NCHGR 


251 


243 


93,161 


73 


17,357 


8 


4,430 


156 


69,435 


2 


468 


12 


1,471 


NCNR 


241 


222 


39,852 


77 


11,878 


4 


1,216 


135 


25,925 


- 


- 


25 


833 


NCRR 


962 


921 


290,656 


133 


19,294 


38 


46,079 


723 


213,887 


35 


7,558 


33 


3,837 


NLM 


61 


60 


11,933 


20 


3,382 


3 


675 


37 


7,814 


- 


- 


1 


61 



a Represents awards, not obligations. 

b Each supplemental grant is counted separately. 

c Supplements are counted only when the parent award is from prior years ' funds; such supplements, if multiple, are counted as one. 



Source: Information Systems Branch. DRG 



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Table 32 



NIH Research Grants 3 by Kind of Grant, 
Fiscal Years 1983-1992 









(Dollars 


n Thousands 














Kind of grant 


1983 


1984 


1985 


1986 


1987 


and activity code 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Total 


20,779 


$2,702,266 


21,535 


$3,086,967 


22,958 


$3,591,345 


23,445 


$3,739,147 


25,026 


$4,401,188 


Research projects' 3 


17,212 


2,098,549 


17,761 


2,404,846 


18,905 


3,784,832 


19,201 


2,928,820 


20,213 


3,487,183 


Traditional (R01) 


15,421 


1,665,330 


15,757 


1,907,469 


16,504 


2,174,611 


16,403 


2,213,435 


16,868 


2,517,884 


Research program projects (P01) 


574 


357,468 


571 


393,185 


630 


461 ,458 


638 


485,204 


735 


589,020 


New investigator research (R23) 


941 


45,450 


951 


47,085 


1,018 


51,383 


1,031 


50,997 


643 


32,061 


SBIR (R43, R44) 


117 


6,264 


237 


19,972 


328 


31,011 


423 


42,408 


435 


48,504 


MERIT awards (R37) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


177 


39,125 


371 


84,802 


Outstanding investigator (R35) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


23 


7,896 


45 


23,248 


60 


35,122 


FIRST awards (R29) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


34 


2,825 


574 


53,005 


Other (P41, C P42, R22, U01) 


159 


24,037 


245 


37,135 


402 


58,473 


450 


71,578 


527 


126,785 


Research centers' 1 


501 


375,711 


529 


430,974 


572 


483,345 


580 


482,454 


582 


536,090 


Specialized (P50, U54) 


148 


115,732 


168 


140,563 


176 


150,662 


173 


139,018 


182 


162,292 


Core grants (P30) 


141 


110,927 


151 


121,951 


161 


135,164 


164 


137,749 


160 


150,600 


General clinical (M01) 


75 


74,108 


75 


80,951 


78 


87,446 


78 


86,947 


78 


91,663 


Comprehensive (P60) 


31 


28,574 


31 


32,195 


32 


39,422 


34 


40,062 


34 


43,043 


Biotechnology resource (P41, U41) 


51 


20,204 


56 


26,348 


69 


34,962 


66 


33,858 


68 


35,946 


Primate research center (P51) 


7 


19,619 


7 


22,574 


9 


24,520 


7 


23,866 


7 


32,293 


Animal resource (P40, U40, U42) 


36 


5,890 


41 


6,392 


40 


6,397 


41 


10,090 


36 


9,153 


RCMIs (G12) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7 


4,771 


16 


9,799 


16 


10,000 


Other (P20) 


12 


657 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1,065 


1 


1,101 


Other research 


3,066 


228,006 


3,245 


251,147 


3,481 


323,168 


3,664 


327,873 


4,231 


377,915 


Biomedical research support and development 






















(S03, S07, S10) 


898 


59,893 


946 


67,897 


1,025 


96,069 


1,025 


91,420 


1,036 


92,976 


RCPAs (K) 


1,199 


50,511 


1,221 


53,765 


1,344 


76,231 


1,335 


80,014 


1,411 


89,712 


Cooperative clinical (R10, U10) 


389 


55,788 


437 


59,449 


388 


64,678 


394 


61,048 


362 


75,118 


Minority biomedical support (S06, S11, S14) 


80 


27,541 


89 


31,796 


101 


35,588 


103 


34,267 


104 


39,043 


Other 18 


500 


34,272 


552 


38,240 


623 


50,602 


807 


61,125 


1,318 


81,067 



a Represents awards, not obligations. 

Excludes NLM and DRR (included under Other research), but includes NCRR starting in FY 1990. 
C P41 for NIGMS only. 

6 Excludes NLM P50 and U50 grants (included under Other research). 

8 D42, R03, R13, R15, R18, R21, R24, R25, R26, R55, S15, U18, U26, U45, and U50 for all ICDs. Also, lorDRR (prior to 1990) and NLM only, includes P01, P41, P50, R01, R22, R23, R29, R43, R44, and 
U24. For NCRR only, includes U24. For NCNR in FY 1986 only, includes P01, R01, and R23. 

Source: Information Systems Branch, ORG 
(Continued) 



55 



Table 32 (Cont.) 



NIH Research Grants 3 by Kind of Grant, 
Fiscal Years 1983-1992 









(Dollars 


in Thousands^ 














Kind of grant 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 


and activity code 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Total 


25,754 


$4,727,321 


26,022 


$5,054,738 


25,725 


$5,239,849 


26,920 


$5,706,748 


27,037 


$6,220,538 


Research projects 6 


20,867 


3,764,791 


21,199 


4,058,547 


20,832 


4,208,480 


21,450 


4,546,960 


22,207 


4,954,941 


Traditional (R01) 


16,871 


2,564,198 


16,620 


2,684,955 


15,888 


2,719,310 


16,027 


2,929,539 


16,483 


3,182,069 


Research program projects (P01) 


770 


634,809 


793 


682,260 


771 


691,887 


775 


702,236 


816 


762,696 


New investigator research (R23) 


260 


11,920 


46 


2,173 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


SBIR (R43, R44) 


460 


54,334 


536 


58,882 


608 


67,350 


668 


75,000 


751 


82,056 


MERIT awards (R37) 


596 


140,829 


765 


184,097 


887 


220,541 


985 


255,758 


1,043 


285,952 


Outstanding investigator (R35) 


74 


46,985 


86 


57,038 


87 


63,153 


97 


69,496 


91 


69,862 


FIRST awards (R29) 


1,227 


108,253 


1,711 


151,591 


2,083 


191,536 


2,371 


229,750 


2,460 


241,904 


Other (P41, C P42, R22, U01) 


609 


203,463 


642 


237,551 


508 


254,703 


527 


285,181 


563 


330,402 


Research centers' 1 


621 


573,578 


631 


607,083 


662 


632,619 


705 


704,282 


757 


789,158 


Specialized (P50, U54) 


192 


164,531 


187 


172,830 


201 


178,310 


205 


203,680 


208 


238,459 


Core grants (P30) 


176 


165,586 


187 


175,754 


208 


188,224 


226 


211,861 


230 


229,700 


General clinical (M01) 


78 


102,159 


79 


108,215 


83 


115,392 


76 


117,741 


79 


125,999 


Comprehensive (P60) 


36 


47,920 


33 


45,082 


36 


47,777 


40 


53,738 


43 


55,394 


Biotechnology resource (P41, U41) 


70 


36,697 


67 


38,960 


64 


32,779 


67 


36,680 


68 


40,600 


Primate research center (P51 ) 


7 


33,300 


10 


36,753 


7 


36,679 


8 


37,042 


7 


42,191 


Animal resource (P40, U40, U42) 


42 


12,064 


48 


12,105 


41 


12,690 


40 


12,834 


42 


14,405 


RCMIs (G12) 


19 


11,010 


18 


17,170 


17 


18,790 


22 


24,677 


20 


26,005 


Other (P20) 


1 


310 


2 


213 


5 


1,978 


21 


6,029 


60 


16,405 


Other research 


4,266 


388,952 


4,192 


389,108 


4,231 


398,751 


4,765 


455,505 


4,073 


476,439 


Biomedical research support and development 






















(S03, S07, S10) 


1,110 


90,918 


1,130 


88,762 


1,131 


79,957 


1,157 


63,143 


528 


22,982 


RCPAs (K) 


1,443 


94,586 


1,375 


93,746 


1,363 


97,051 


1,390 


113,752 


1,424 


119,562 


Cooperative clinical (R10, U10) 


331 


80,268 


335 


84,880 


404 


99,209 


469 


115,282 


472 


160,137 


Minority biomedical support (S06, S11, S14) 


102 


39,773 


93 


38,984 


107 


40,501 


100 


42,560 


101 


45,141 


Other 8 


1,280 


83,407 


1,259 


82,736 


1,226 


82,032 


1,649 


120,769 


1,548 


128,616 



See footnotes on first page of table. 



56 



Table 33 



NIH Research Grants 3 by Kind of Grant 
and NIH Component, Fiscal Year 1992 

(Dollars in Thousands) 



Kind of grant 


Total 


NIA 


MAID 


NIAMS 


and activity code 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Total 


27,037 


$6,220,538 


1,144 


$289,221 


2,690 


$629,878 


827 


$168,588 


Research projects 


22,207 


4,954,941 


953 


231,715 


2,468 


600,362 


694 


138,465 


Traditional (R01) 


16,483 


3,182,069 


643 


117,715 


1,671 


326,890 


508 


96,770 


Research program projects (P01) 


816 


762,696 


73 


57,450 


67 


38,960 


18 


17,095 


SBIR (R43, R44) 


751 


82,056 


29 


4,016 


92 


9,787 


14 


2,171 


MERIT awards (R37) 


1,043 


285,952 


81 


15,337 


154 


42,897 


41 


10,936 


Outstanding investigator (R35) 


91 


69,862 


14 


9,985 


- 


- 


- 


- 


FIRST awards (R29) 


2,460 


241,904 


79 


7,532 


311 


31,740 


113 


11,492 


Other (P41, b P42, R22, U01) 


563 


330,402 


34 


19,680 


173 


150,088 


- 


- 


Research centers 


757 


789,158 


42 


45,314 


27 


14,782 


30 


22,520 


Specialized (P50, U54) 


208 


238,459 


15 


25,447 


13 


6,704 


9 


6,048 


Core grants (P30) 


230 


229,700 


18 


12,640 


13 


6,880 


5 


2,165 


General clinical (M01) 


79 


125,999 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Comprehensive (P60) 


43 


55,394 


5 


6,234 


- 


- 


16 


14,307 


Biotechnology resource (P41, U41) 


68 


40,600 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Primate research center (P51) 


7 


42,191 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Animal resource (P40, U42) 


42 


14,405 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


RCMIs(G12) 


20 


, 26,005 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Other (P20) 


60 


16,405 


4 


993 


1 


1,197 


- 


- 


Other research 


4,073 


476,439 


149 


12,192 


195 


14,734 


103 


7,603 


Biomedical research support and 


















development (S03, S07, S10) 


528 


22,982 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


RCPAs (K) 


1,424 


119,562 


100 


9,248 


121 


8,689 


52 


3,793 


Cooperative clinical (R10, U10) 


472 


160,137 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Minority biomedical support (S06, S14) 


101 


45,141 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Other 


1,548 


128,616 


49 


2,944 


74 


6,045 


51 


3,811 



8 Represents awards, not obligations. 

" P41 tor NIGMS only. 

c D42, R03, R13, R15, R18, R21, R24, R25, R55, S15, U18, and U4S lor all ICDs. Also, for NCRR and NLM only, includes P41, P50, R01, R29, R43, and U24. 



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Table 33 (Cont.) 



NIH Research Grants 8 by Kind of Grant 
and NIH Component, Fiscal Year 1992 

(Dollars in Thousands) 



Kind of grant 


NCI 


NICHD 


NIDCD 


NIDR 


NIDDK 


and activity code 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Total 


4,220 


$1,167,640 


1,773 


$365,984 


636 


$126,153 


577 


$107,174 


2,505 


$516,538 


Research projects 


3,410 


878,009 


1,464 


282,947 


517 


104,011 


409 


75,910 


2,181 


456,163 


Traditional (R01) 


2,325 


471,637 


1,153 


199,308 


395 


72,172 


299 


52,108 


1,596 


295,155 


Research program projects (P01) 


198 


205,761 


68 


48,763 


22 


21,706 


18 


11,367 


62 


54,426 


SBIR (R43, R44) 


200 


17,277 


44 


4,584 


12 


1,684 


11 


1,522 


35 


5,332 


MERIT awards (R37) 


161 


47,414 


47 


10,804 


- 


- 


26 


5,894 


148 


42,849 


Outstanding investigator (R35) 


77 


59,877 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


FIRST awards (R29) 


316 


29,726 


133 


12,415 


87 


8,230 


55 


5,017 


267 


27,359 


Other (P41, b P42, R22, U01) 


133 


46,317 


19 


7,072 


1 


220 


- 


- 


73 


31,043 


Research centers 


90 


145,112 


77 


49,865 


17 


16,303 


28 


18,508 


47 


40,559 


Specialized (P50, U54) 


8 


15,815 


22 


21,561 


9 


9,050 


19 


14,514 


13 


7,753 


Core grants (P30) 


58 


124,685 


54 


28,205 


- 


- 


3 


1,709 


28 


22,450 


General clinical (M01) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Comprehensive (P60) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5 


6,878 


- 


- 


6 


10,356 


Biotechnology resource (P41, U41) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Primate research center (P51) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Animal resource (P40, U42) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


RCMIs (G12) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Other (P20) 


24 


4,613 


1 


98 


3 


375 


6 


2,286 


- 


— 


Other research 


720 


144,519 


232 


33,172 


102 


5,838 


140 


12,756 


277 


19,815 


Biomedical research support and 






















development (S03, S07, S10) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


"" 


~ 


~ 


* 


RCPAs (K) 


163 


14,115 


81 


7,179 


39 


3,029 


70 


9,804 


167 


14,233 


Cooperative clinical (R10, U10) 


231 


109,390 


55 


19,220 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Minority biomedical support (S06, S14) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


~ 


~ 


■ 


Other 


326 


21,013 


96 


6,774 


63 


2,809 


70 


2,953 


110 


5,582 



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Table 33 (Cont.) 



NIH Research Grants 3 by Kind of Grant 
and NIH Component, Fiscal Year 1992 

(Dollars in Thousands) 



Kind of grant 


NIEHS 


NEI 


NIGMS 


NHLBI 


NINDS 


and activity code 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Total 


513 


$152,093 


1,299 


$220,700 


3,758 


$714,520 


3,480 


$876,311 


2,126 


$449,105 


Research projects 


430 


111,644 


1,036 


180,886 


3,459 


649,050 


2,887 


738,335 


1,839 


398,463 


Traditional (R01) 


329 


59,604 


902 


159,578 


2,805 


517,521 


2,017 


433,097 


1,492 


292,220 


Research program projects (P01) 


24 


15,672 


- 


- 


41 


29,298 


129 


171,719 


90 


80,899 


SBIR (R43, R44) 


11 


1,216 


25 


2,802 


69 


8,415 


111 


13,180 


42 


5,127 


MERIT awards (R37) 


9 


1,947 


50 


13,047 


167 


54,985 


157 


38,982 


- 


- 


Outstanding investigator (R35) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


FIRST awards (R29) 


38 


3,839 


56 


5,236 


374 


38,209 


373 


36,813 


215 


20,216 


Other (P41, b P42, R22, U01) 


19 


29,365 


3 


224 


3 


622 


100 


44,544 


- 


- 


Research centers 


18 


16,934 


29 


7,650 


8 


6,752 


67 


96,510 


42 


31,455 


Specialized (P50, U54) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8 


6,752 


56 


78,890 


28 


26,606 


Core grants (P30) 


18 


16,934 


29 


7,650 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


General clinical (M01) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Comprehensive (P60) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


11 


17,620 


- 


- 


Biotechnology resource (P41 , U41) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Primate research center (P51) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Animal resource (P40, U42) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


RCMIs(G12) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Other (P20) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


14 


4,849 


Other research 


65 


23,515 


234 


32,164 


291 


58,719 


526 


41,466 


245 


19,187 


Biomedical research support and 






















development (S03, S07, S10) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


RCPAs (K) 


23 


2,098 


20 


1,462 


20 


1,208 


364 


29,120 


171 


13,258 


Cooperative clinical (R10, U10) 


- 


- 


172 


28,090 


- 


- 


13 


1,820 


1 


1,617 


Minority biomedical support (S06, S14) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


101 


45,141 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Other c 


42 


21,418 


42 


2,612 


170 


12,370 


149 


10,526 


73 


4,312 



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Table 33 (Cont.) 



NIH Research Grants 8 by Kind of Grant 
and NIH Component, Fiscal Year 1992 

(Dollars in Thousands) 



Kind of grant 


FIC 


NCHGR 


NCNR 


NCRR 


NLM 


and activity code 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Total 


43 


$1,028 


243 


$93,161 


222 


$39,852 


921 


$290,656 


60 


$11,933 


Research projects 


- 


- 


183 


60,626 


172 


33,908 


105 


14,446 


- 


- 


Traditional (R01) 


- 


- 


158 


48,129 


129 


29,242 


61 


10,922 


- 


- 


Research program projects (P01) 


- 


- 


6 


9,578 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


SBIR (R43, R44) 


- 


- 


9 


1,212 


5 


451 


42 


3,280 


- 


- 


MERIT awards (R37) 


- 


- 


2 


858 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Outstanding investigator (R35) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


FIRST awards (R29) 


- 


- 


8 


848 


33 


2,987 


2 


243 


- 


- 


Other (P41, b P42, R22, U01) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5 


1,229 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Research centers 


_ 


- 


14 


29,352 


7 


1,667 


214 


245,875 


- 


- 


Specialized (P50, U54) 


- 


- 


6 


18,205 


2 


1,114 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Core grants (P30) 


- 


- 


4 


6,382 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


General clinical (M01) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


79 


125,999 


- 


- 


Comprehensive (P60) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Biotechnology resource (P41, U41) 


- 


- 


2 


3,325 


- 


- 


66 


37,275 


- 


- 


Primate research center (P51) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7 


42,191 


- 


- 


Animal resource (P40, U42) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


42 


14,405 


- 


- 


RCMIs (G12) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


20 


26,005 


- 


- 


Other (P20) 


- 


- 


2 


1,440 


5 


553 


- 


" 


~ 


— 


Other research 


43 


1,028 


46 


3,184 


43 


4,277 


602 


30,335 


60 


11,933 


Biomedical research support and 






















development (S03, S07, S10) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


528 


22,982 


- 


- 


RCPAs (K) 


- 


- 


8 


542 


12 


901 


12 


851 


1 


34 


Cooperative clinical (R10, U10) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


■ 


— 


- 


Minority biomedical support (S06, S14) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


~ 


Other 


43 


1,028 


38 


2,642 


31 


3,376 


62 


6,501 


59 


11,899 



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Table 34 



NIH Research Grants 8 by Kind and Type, 
Fiscal Year 1992 

(Dollars in Thousands) 





Total 
num- 
ber" 


Total 


New 


Continuation 


Supplemental 


Kind of grant 
and code 


Competing 


Noncompeting 


Competing 


Noncompeting 




Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number* 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Total 


27,848 


27,037 


$6,220,538 


5,296 


$849,468 


2,764 


$873,841 


18,478 


$4,380,620 


121 


$18,037 


1,189 


$98,572 


Research projects 


22,864 


22,207 


4,954,941 


3,519 


646,097 


2,536 


722,777 


15,754 


3,521,502 


61 


6,415 


994 


58,150 


Traditional (R01) 


16,924 


16,483 


3,182,069 


2,274 


431,769 


1,961 


415,645 


11,972 


2,303,882 


32 


2,811 


685 


27,962 


Research program projects (P01) 


906 


816 


762,696 


88 


74,843 


114 


117,035 


568 


558,406 


23 


2,593 


113 


9,820 


SBIR (R43, R44) 


751 


751 


82,056 


504 


24,791 


123 


30,745 


121 


26,295 


- 


- 


3 


227 


MERIT awards (R37) 


1,093 


1,043 


285,952 


4 


946 


270 


76,685 


744 


206,450 


4 


373 


71 


1,498 


Outstanding investigator (R35) 


93 


91 


69,862 


5 


3,196 


15 


13,790 


70 


52,655 


- 


- 


3 


222 


FIRST awards (R29) 


2,499 


2,460 


241,904 


498 


49,506 


- 


- 


1,947 


191,576 


- 


- 


54 


822 


Other (P41, d P42, R22, U01) 


598 


563 


330,402 


146 


61,047 


53 


68,879 


332 


182,239 


2 


638 


65 


17,599 


Research centers 


864 


757 


789,158 


93 


63,138 


90 


115,445 


539 


586,915 


52 


10,658 


90 


13,001 


Specialized (P50, U54) 


238 


208 


238,459 


28 


38,835 


33 


41,439 


141 


153,176 


13 


2,667 


23 


2,342 


Core grants (P30) 


260 


230 


229^700 


15 


7,097 


20 


22,614 


188 


192,838 


4 


432 


33 


6,718 


General clinical (M01) 


102 


79 


125,999 


1 


747 


14 


23,643 


59 


98,288 


21 


2,033 


7 


1,288 


Comprehensive (P60) 


50 


43 


55,394 


2 


1,991 


7 


7,565 


31 


45,290 


- 


- 


10 


549 



* Represents awards, not obligations. 

b Each supplemental grant is counted separately. 

c Supplements are only counted when the parent award is from a prior year's lunds, and such supplements if multiple are counted as one. 

" P41 for NIGMS only. 

°D42,R03, R13, R15, R18, R21, R24, R25, R55, S15, U1 8, and U45 for all ICDs. Also, for NCRR and NLM only, includes P41, P50.R01.R29, R43, and U24. 



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Table 34 (Cont.) 



NIH Research Grants 3 by Kind and Type, 
Fiscal Year 1992 



(Dollars in Thousands) 





Total 
num- 
ber 6 


Total 


New 


Continuation 


Supplemental 


Kind of grant 
and code 


Competing 


Noncompeting 


Competing 


Noncompeting 




Numbed 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number 6 Amount 


Number 6 


Amount 


Research centers (cont.) 


864 


757 


$789,158 


93 


$63,138 


90 


$115,445 


539 


$586,915 


52 $10,658 


90 


$13,001 


Biotechnology resource (P41, 
U41) 


69 


68 


40,600 


4 


2,736 


8 


5,730 


49 


30,958 


- 


8 


1,176 


Primate research center (P51) 


14 


7 


42,191 


- 


- 


2 


12,252 


5 


26,931 


7 3,009 


- 


- 


Animal resource (P40, U42) 


43 


42 


14,405 


- 


- 


5 


897 


32 


12,652 


- 


6 


857 


RCMIs (G12) 


27 


20 


26,005 


1 


1,026 


1 


1,306 


16 


21,125 


7 2,516 


2 


32 


Other (P20) 


61 


60 


16,405 


42 


10,706 


- 


- 


18 


5,658 


- 


1 


40 


Other research 


4,120 


4,073 


476,439 


1,684 


140,232 


138 


35,619 


2,185 


272,203 


8 964 


105 


27,421 


Biomedical research support and 
development (S03, S07, S10) 


529 


528 


22,982 


39 


8,758 


- 


- 


489 


14,200 


- 


1 


24 


RCPAs (K) 


1,424 


1,424 


119,562 


343 


27,995 


5 


1,513 


1,062 


88,602 


- 


14 


1,452 


Cooperative clinical (R10, U10) 


503 


472 


160,137 


50 


7,754 


26 


15,193 


356 


112,504 


- 


71 


24,686 


Minority biomedical support 
(S06, S14) 


112 


101 


45,141 


2 


373 


22 


10,182 


72 


32,859 


8 964 


8 


763 


Other 6 


1,552 


1,548 


128,616 


1,250 


95,352 


85 


8,731 


206 


24,037 


- 


11 


497 



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Table 35 



NIH Research Grants 3 by Type, 
Fiscal Years 1983-1992 

(Dollars in Thousands) 



Type of grant 


1983 


1984 


1985 


1986 


1987 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 


AMOUNT 


Total 


$2,702,266 


$3,086,967 


$3,591,345 


$3,739,147 


$4,401,188 


$4,727,320 


$5,054,738 


$5,239,849 


$5,706,748 


$6,220,538 



New 371,995 427,050 577,633 528,730 690,359 655,239 597,534 598,573 759,401 849,468 

Competing 
continuation 428,818 506,058 563,882 582,243 719,876 709,729 617,716 622,004 746,182 873,841 

Noncompeting 
continuation 1,859,077 2,105,240 2,394,161 2,573,502 2,918,124 3,285,386 3,771,316 3,921,972 4,095,447 4,380,620 

Supplemental 42,376 48,620 55,670 54,673 72,829 76,965 68,172 97,299 105,717 116,609 

NUMBER 

Total b 21,002 21,752 23,158 23,622 25,342 26,023 26,310 26,134 27,409 27,848 

Total c 20,779 21,535 22,958 23,445 25,026 25,754 26,022 25,725 26,920 27,037 

New 3,842 4,042 4,703 ' 4,402 5,153 4,974 4,561 4,375 5,180 5,296 

Competing 
continuation 2,407 2,547 2,703 2,856 3,180 2,977 2,429 2,174 2,723 2,764 

Noncompeting 
continuation 14,052 14,322 14,865 15,579 16,051 17,158 18,549 18,647 18,541 18,478 

Supplemental 11 701 841 887 785 958 914 771 938 965 1,310 

a Represents awards, not obligations. 

' Each supplemental grant is counted separately. 

c Supplemental grants are counted only when the parent award is from prior years' funds; such supplements, it multiple, are counted as one. 

Source: Information Systems Branch, ORG 



Figure 35. 1 



NIH Research Grants 3 by Type, Fiscal Years 1983-1992 



Number of Awards 



30,000 



25,000 - 



20,000 



15,000 - 



10,000 - 



5,000 




1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 



Billions of Dollars 






_i i l l l l_ 



S7 



- 2 



1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 



Total 



Noncompeting 
continuation 

New 



Competing 
continuation 

Supplemental 1 



a Represents awards, not obligations. 

" Supplemental grants are counted only when the parent award is from prior years' lunds; such supplements, if multiple, are counted as one. 

c Each supplemental grant is counted separately. 



Source: Intormation Systems Branch, ORG 



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Table 36 



NIH Research Grants with Dollars Budgeted for Equipment 3 
by Kind of Grant, Fiscal Years 1983-1992 

(Dollars in Thousands) 



Kind of grant 


1983 


1984 


1985 


1986 


1987 


and activity code 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Total 


9,104 


$89,170 


9,613 


$109,798 


10,451 


$145,862 


10,275 


$138,624 


11,562 


$178,217 


Research projects 


8,431 


61,285 


8,822 


70,201 


9,508 


85,892 


9,265 


83,776 


9,971 


102,089 


Traditional (R01) 


7,665 


50,709 


7,922 


57,552 


8,503 


71,510 


8,129 


66,031 


8,343 


73,354 


Research program projects (P01) 


355 


8,525 


360 


9,065 


389 


10,530 


392 


10,573 


434 


12,911 


New investigator research (R23) 


281 


1,192 


302 


1,201 


320 


1,314 


250 


984 


107 


410 


SBIR (R43, R44) 


44 


224 


135 


1,551 


153 


1,468 


207 


2,673 


217 


2,919 


MERIT awards (R37) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


134 


1,858 


235 


2,929 


Outstanding investigator (R35) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


16 


289 


33 


564 


41 


612 


FIRST awards (R29) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


14 


66 


422 


5,866 


Other (P41, b P42, R22, U01) 


86 


635 


103 


832 


127 


782 


106 


1,026 


172 


3,089 


Research centers 


284 


10,437 


350 


15,493 


369 


20,511 


347 


17,233 


320 


16,975 


Specialized (P50, U54) 


93 


2,038 


110 


2,314 


112 


3,165 


108 


2,806 


115 


3,115 


Core grants (P30) 


67 


2,112 


88 


2,757 


94 


4,562 


79 


2,669 


82 


3,771 


General clinical (M01) 


44 


1,319 


58 


3,827 


52 


2,234 


53 


1,519 


23 


620 


Comprehensive (P60) 


16 


670 


27 


427 


23 


287 


20 


198 


23 


414 


Biotechnology resource (P41, U41) 


40 


2,918 


43 


4,916 


56 


6,670 


47 


4,792 


44 


2,665 


Primate research center (P51) 


7 


1,084 


6 


1,005 


7 


2,003 


7 


1,631 


7 


3,617 


Animal resource (P40, U40, U42) 


17 


296 


18 


247 


18 


74 


19 


1,707 


14 


1,266 


RCMIs (G12) 


- 


N 


- 


- 


7 


1,516 


13 


1,886 


11 


1,505 


Other (P20) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


26 


1 


1 


Other research 


389 


17,448 


441 


24,105 


574 


39,459 


663 


37,616 


1,271 


59,153 


Biomedical research support and development 






















(S03, S10) 


88 


13,410 


115 


19,606 


171 


31,816 


151 


30,459 


159 


31,643 


RCPAs (K) 


89 


248 


88 


242 


136 


435 


144 


543 


179 


773 


Cooperative clinical (R10, U10) 


44 


243 


40 


413 


35 


283 


27 


154 


51 


814 


Minority biomedical support (S06, S11, S14) 


55 


2,949 


61 


2,908 


67 


2,521 


53 


1,958 


61 


3,025 


Other 


113 


598 


137 


936 


165 


4,406 


288 


4,502 


821 


22,899 



■ Numbers of grants with equipment budgeted and total dollars budgeted lor equipment. 
1 P41 lor NIGMS only. 

■ D42, R03, R13, R15, R18, R21, R24, R25, R26, R55, S15, U26, U45, and U50 tor all ICDs. Also, lor DRR (prior to 1990) and NLM only, includes P01, P41, P50, R01, R22, R23, R29, R43. R44, and U24. 
For NCRR only, includes U24. For NCNR in FY 1986 only, includes P01, R01, and R23. 

Source: Information Systems Branch, ORG 
(Continued) 



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Table 36 (Cont.) 



NIH Research Grants with Dollars Budgeted for Equipment 3 
by Kind of Grant, Fiscal Years 1983-1992 

(Dollars in Thousands) 



Kind of grant 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 


and activity code 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Total 


11,373 


$183,548 


10,646 


$167,988 


9,736 


$155,437 


9,980 


$158,431 


9,245 


$132,490 


Research projects 


9,759 


103,864 


9,071 


90,071 


8,241 


82,510 


8,406 


83,968 


7,952 


88,757 


Traditional (R01) 


7,799 


70,849 


7,127 


64,373 


6,377 


56,959 


6,457 


57,640 


6,023 


58,263 


Research program projects (P01) 


454 


14,218 


432 


9,901 


398 


9,940 


385 


9,662 


372 


10,212 


New investigator research (R23) 


31 


110 


8 


35 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


SBIR (R43, R44) 


208 


2,677 


248 


2,914 


263 


3,820 


308 


4,448 


308 


3,973 


MERIT awards (R37) 


353 


4,145 


372 


3,634 


396 


3,171 


450 


3,823 


433 


4,217 


Outstanding investigator (R35) 


45 


690 


48 


818 


46 


653 


49 


870 


49 


856 


FIRST awards (R29) 


654 


7,613 


638 


5,831 


590 


5,377 


580 


4,776 


573 


4,828 


Other (P41, b P42, R22, U01) 


215 


3,561 


198 


2,565 


171 


2,589 


177 


2,749 


194 


6,408 


Research centers 


334 


18,241 


336 


19,363 


331 


20,187 


355 


19,203 


368 


22,405 


Specialized (P50, U54) 


107 


2,224 


108 


1,852 


94 


3,348 


102 


2,295 


114 


3,938 


Core grants (P30) 


87 


4,004 


94 


4,617 


106 


4,513 


108 


4,070 


101 


3,198 


General clinical (M01) 


26 


1,068 


26 


868 


28 


2,061 


35 


2,209 


33 


2,228 


Comprehensive (P60) 


26 


756 


18 


117 


16 


357 


17 


423 


22 


441 


Biotechnology resource (P41, U41) 


46 


4,393 


48 


4,419 


48 


4,575 


44 


3,189 


45 


4,596 


Primate research center (P51) 


7 


3,170 


10 


3,861 


7 


3,121 


7 


2,911 


7 


4,929 


Animal resource (P40, U40, U42) 


21 


1,096 


18 


590 


18 


526 


15 


735 


14 


595 


RCMIs (G12) 


14 


1,531 


14 


3,040 


13 


1,592 


14 


3,232 


13 


2,234 


Other (P20) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


94 


13 


138 


19 


247 


Other research 


1,280 


61,444 


1,239 


58,554 


1,164 


52,740 


1,219 


55,260 


925 


21,328 


Biomedical research support and development 






















(S03, S10) 


169 


32,436 


151 


31,915 


144 


32,489 


139 


32,658 


39 


8,758 


RCPAs (K) 


199 


868 


202 


934 


177 


871 


172 


728 


199 


883 


Cooperative clinical (R10, U10) 


43 


426 


40 


309 


48 


188 


57 


892 


74 


2,649 


Minority biomedical support (S06, S11, S14) 


56 


2,093 


43 


1,267 


48 


962 


51 


2,108 


42 


1,204 


Other 


813 


25,621 


803 


24,130 


747 


18,230 


800 


18,873 


571 


7,834 



See footnotes on first page ot table. 



66 



Table 37 



Indirect Costs of NIH Research Grants 3 by Type of 
Performer, Fiscal Years 1983-1992 

(Dollars in Thousands) 



Type 
of per- 


1983 


1984 


1985 


1986 


1987 


Total 
costs 


Indirect costs 


Total 
costs 


Indirect costs 


Total 
costs 


Indirect costs 


Total 
costs 


Indirect costs 


Total 
costs 


Indirect costs 


former 


Amount 


Percent 


Amount 


Percent 


Amount 


Percent 


Amount 


Percent 


Amount 


Percent 


Total 


$2,570,556 


$791,412 


30.8% 


$2,943,726 


$921,563 


31.3% 


$3,392,720 


$1,068,897 


31.5% 


$3,536,334 


$1,116,961 


31.6% 


$4,156,066 


$1,308,799 


31.5% 


Public 


1,086,836 


295,907 


27.2 


1,249,163 


348,020 


27.9 


1,451,147 


404,689 


27.9 


1,506,509 


425,521 


28.2 


1,781,734 


503,344 


28.3 


Private 


1,483,720 


495,506 


33.4 


1,694,563 


573,543 


33.8 


1,941,573 


664,208 


34.2 


2,029,825 


691,441 


34.1 


2,374,332 


805,455 


33.9 


Higher 
education 


2,077,360 


644,699 


31.0 


2,366,313 


743,058 


31.4 


2,715,913 


854,696 


31.5 


2,821,152 


892,078 


31.6 


3,301,106 


1,040,268 


31.5 


Public 


1,054,614 


286,578 


27.2 


1,211,282 


337,047 


27.8 


1,409,268 


392,362 


27.8 


1,466,477 


414,264 


28.2 


1,731,894 


490,568 


28.3 


Private 


1,022,746 


358,121 


35.0 


1,155,031 


406,011 


35.2 


1,306,645 


462,334 


35.4 


1,354,675 


477,814 


35.3 


1,569,212 


549,700 


35.0 


Research 
institutes 


239,139 


82,103 


34.3 


273,991 


95,166 


34.7 


314,166 


111,177 


35.4 


329,473 


117,082 


35.5 


387,764 


139,173 


35.9 


Public 


1,641 


494 


30.1 


1,754 


531 


30.3 


1,869 


570 


30.5 


1,923 


562 


29.2 


3,167 


998 


31.5 


Private 


237,499 


81,609 


34.4 


272,237 


94,636 


34.8 


312,297 


110,607 


35.4 


327,550 


116,520 


35.6 


384,596 


138,175 


35.9 


Independent 

hospitals 6 


203,955 


52,341 


25.7 


232,205 


65,071 


28.0 


277,315 


80,743 


29.1 


286,133 


83,522 


29.2 


353,146 


100,797 


28.5 


Public 


25,586 


7,394 


28.9 


29,938 


8,658 


28.9 


32,615 


9,597 


29.4 


29,717 


8,690 


29.2 


37,808 


10,271 


27.2 


Private 


178,369 


44,947 


25.2 


202,267 


56,413 


27.9 


244,699 


71,146 


29.1 


256,416 


74,832 


29.2 


315,339 


90,526 


28.7 


Other 


50,102 


12,268 


24.5 


71,218 


18,268 


25.7 


85,326 


22,282 


26.1 


99,576 


24,280 


24.4 


114,050 


28,561 


25.0 


Public 


4,995 


1,440 


28.8 


6,190 


1,785 


28.8 


7,395 


2,160 


29.2 


8,393 


2,004 


23.9 


8,865 


1,506 


17.0 


Private 


45,107 


10,828 


24.0 


65,028 


16,483 


25.3 


77,931 


20,122 


25.8 


91,184 


22,275 


24.4 


105,185 


27,054 


25.7 



a Represents awards, not obligations. Unobligated balances from prior years' awards are carried forward as direct costs and therefore excluded. Also excludes RCPAs, BRS and BRD grants, conference 

grants, awards to minority student apprentice programs, research centers in minority institutions, NCI education projects, education projects for all other ICDs after FY 1984, and foreign grants. 
6 Includes government hospitals and those not owned by institutions shown above. 

Source: Information Systems Branch, ORG 
(Continued) 



67 



Table 37 (Cont.) 



Indirect Costs of NIH Research Grants 3 by Type of 
Performer, Fiscal Years 1983-1992 

(Dollars in Thousands) 



Type 
of per- 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 


Total 
costs 


Indirect costs 


Total 
costs 


Indirect costs 


Total 
costs 


Indirect costs 


Total 
costs 


Indirect costs 


Total 
costs 


Indirect costs 


former 


Amount 


Percent 


Amount 


Percent 


Amount 


Percent 


Amount Percent 


Amount 


Percent 


Total 


$4,475,189 


$1,407,718 


31.5% 


$4,795,327 


$1,525,838 


31.8% 


$4,977,049 


$1,593,524 


32.0% 


$5,431,278 


$1,737,557 32.0% 


$5,999,868 


$1,890,351 


31.5% 


Public 


1,910,155 


543,706 


28.5 


2,050,293 


594,584 


29.0 


2,136,701 


625,369 


29.3 


2,353,426 


691,546 29.4 


2,572,836 


742,878 


28.9 


Private 


2,565,033 


864,012 


33.7 


2,745,034 


931,254 


33.9 


2,840,348 


968,155 


34.1 


3,077,852 


1,046,011 34.0 


3,427,032 


1,147,472 


33.5 


Higher 
education 


3,552,484 


1,113,582 


31.3 


3,789,257 


1,198,710 


31.6 


3,930,527 


1,245,868 


31.7 


4,286,856 


1,351,911 31.5 


4,707,637 


1,463,726 


31.1 


Public 


1,860,645 


531,793 


28.6 


2,002,566 


582,770 


29.1 


2,085,471 


613,448 


29.4 


2,305,440 


679,537 29.5 


2,520,021 


730,649 


29.0 


Private 


1,691,839 


581,789 


34.4 


1,786,691 


615,940 


34.5 


1,845,056 


632,420 


34.3 


1,981,416 


672,374 33.9 


2,187,617 


733,077 


33.5 


Research 
institutes 


421,196 


154,166 


36.6 


452,786 


168,674 


37.3 


465,773 


174,401 


37.4 


502,723 


189,981 37.8 


572,933 


210,049 


36.7 


Public 


4,871 


1,512 


31.0 


4,687 


1,537 


32.8 


4,914 


1,573 


32.0 


5,516 


1,724 31.3 


6,988 


1,992 


28.5 


Private 


416,325 


152,654 


36.7 


448,100 


167,137 


37.3 


460,859 


172,828 


37.5 


497,207 


188,257 37.9 


565,946 


208,057 


36.8 


Independent 

hospitals'" 


371,743 


105,940 


28.5 


409,785 


120,983 


29.5 


425,025 


132,251 


31.1 


469,150 


150,330 32.0 


508,603 


166,288 


32.7 


Public 


37,838 


9,358 


24.7 


33,762 


8,619 


25.5 


35,303 


8,776 


24.9 


34,214 


8,872 25.9 


37,500 


9,033 


24.1 


Private 


333,905 


96,582 


28.9 


376,023 


112,364 


29.9 


389,722 


123,475 


31.7 


434,936 


141,458 32.5 


471,102 


157,255 


33.4 


Other 


129,765 


34,030 


26.2 


143,499 


37,470 


26.1 


155,723 


41,004 


26.3 


172,550 


45,336 26.3 


210,695 


50,287 


23.9 


Public 


6,802 


1,043 


15.3 


9,278 


1,657 


17.9 


11,013 


1,571 


14.3 


8,257 


1,413 17.1 


8,327 


1,204 


14.5 


Private 


122,964 


32,987 


26.8 


134,220 


35,813 


26.7 


144,710 


39,433 


27.2 


164,293 


43,922 26.7 


202,368 


49,084 


24.3 



See footnotes on first page of table. 



68 



Table 38 



Number of Awards and Success Rates for NIH Competing 

Research Projects by NIH Component, 3 

Fiscal Years 1983-1992 



NIH component 


1983 


1984 


1985 


1986 


1987 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 


NUMBER AWARDED 


Total 


5,389 


5,493 


6,246 


6,149 


6,446 


6,212 


5,383 


4,845 


5,771 


6,039 



NIA 


152 


129 


209 


205 




201 


214 


194 


192 


329 


294 


NIAID 


522 


507 


549 


540 




641 


636 


652 


627 


641 


619 


NIAMS 


176 


171 


194 


199 




179 


188 


185 


149 


228 


153 


NCI 


886 


969 


1,017 


950 




1,061 


979 


728 


728 


840 


1,079 


NICHD 


452 


415 


469 


490 




545 


450 


433 


311 


370 


395 


NIDCD 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


98 


130 


135 


124 


NIDR 


133 


123 


131 


149 




130 


114 


109 


105 


132 


107 


NIDDK 


601 


614 


592 


637 




686 


594 


504 


425 


518 


628 


NIEHS 


98 


138 


108 


107 




128 


114 


100 


104 


103 


129 


NEI 


247 


309 


367 N 


362 




313 


277 


310 


254 


247 


247 


NIGMS 


835 


702 


987 


981 




851 


1,044 


829 


623 


874 


925 


NHLBI 


748 


852 


901 


886 




966 


851 


698 


675 


717 


759 


NINDS 


539 


564 


722 


643 




697 


700 


493 


409 


474 


443 


NCHGR 


- 


- 


- 


- 




_ 


_ 


_ 


38 


75 


40 


NCNR 


- 


- 


- 


- 




48 


51 


50 


48 


50 


44 


NCRR 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


27 


38 


53 


a Excludes NLM, DRR, and cancer control research projects. Includes NCRR (starting in FY 1990). 

6 Number awarded as a percentage of the sum ol the number ol applications reviewed and the number ot funded carryovers. 




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Table 38 (Cont.) 



Number of Awards and Success Rates for NIH Competing 

Research Projects by NIH Component, 3 

Fiscal Years 1983-1992 



NIH component 


1983 


1984 


1985 


1986 


1987 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 












SUCCESS RATES » 


* 










All NIH 


32.0% 


32.6% 


33.3% 


32.1% 


34.8% 


32.3% 


27.4% 


24.0% 


29.3% 


29.7% 



NIA 


21.1 


20.1 


27.0 


24.9 


27.3 


25.3 


22.7 


21.4 


30.4 


28.9 


NIAID 


34.4 


33.6 


33.6 


31.5 


34.0 


30.6 


29.9 


27.2 


31.0 


29.6 


NIAMS 


34.8 


33.0 


30.4 


30.6 


28.5 


26.0 


26.4 


20.0 


31.3 


17.5 


NCI 


29.1 


32.9 


31.9 


30.1 


34.1 


32.7 


25.0 


23.5 


27.5 


32.2 


NICHD 


28.1 


24.7 


24.7 


23.9 


32.8 


24.6 


24.2 


19.3 


25.1 


26.3 


NIDCD 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


38.6 


36.9 


30.9 


30.2 


NIDR 


37.0 


33.0 


34.3 


33.0 


28.2 


25.3 


23.2 


20.9 


30.0 


27.1 


NIDDK 


35.1 


35.4 


32.4 


33.1 


37.8 


31.8 


26.3 


23.0 


26.8 


32.7 


NIEHS 


35.4 


42.6 


27.8 


25.7 


28.5 


28.5 


26.4 


28.3 


27.5 


28.0 


NEI 


41.2 


46.3 


46.0 


46.1 


49.5 


42.8 


42.8 


37.5 


32.8 


31.0 


NIGMS 


38.1 


33.2 


42.3 


40.0 


37.6 


38.5 


28.4 


22.0 


34.4 


35.7 


NHLBI 


29.6 


34.8 


32.4 


31.2 


32.5 


31.3 


25.6 


24.9 


27.5 


29.2 


NINDS 


30.1 


29.5 


33.9 


33.9 


39.4 


39.6 


31.6 


24.2 


29.9 


26.6 


NCHGR 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


23.3 


37.9 


21.6 


NCNR 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


30.0 


26.4 


18.7 


16.4 


19.2 


15.4 


NCRR 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


21.6 


28.8 


32.7 



See footnotes on first page of table. 



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Table 39 

Applications for NIH Competing Research Projects 
Reviewed and Awarded, 3 Fiscal Years 1983-1992 

(Dollars in Thousands) 



Applications 



Reviewed 
Awarded 



Reviewed 
Awarded 



1983 



1984 



1985 



1986 



1987 



1988 



1989 



1990 



1991 



NUMBER 



16,798 
5,389 



16,794 
5,493 



18,673 
6,246 



19,119 
6,149 



18,470 
6,446 



19,205 
6,212 



19,535 
5,383 



20,154 
4,845 



19,501 
5,771 



1992 



AMOUNT 

$2,305,448 $2,403,389 $2,954,883 $3,120,455 $3,319,726 $3,728,726 $3,944,199 $4,418,678 $4,538,694 $4,899,213 
643,424 732,017 918,102 919,470 1,124,572 1,098,537 982,375 949,488 1,192,970 1,334,118 



20,142 
6,039 



Figure 39. 1 



Number of Applications for NIH Competing Research Projects and Number and Dollars of Awards, 3 

Fiscal Years 1983-1992 



24,000 - 



% 



18,000- 



12,000- 



6,000 




1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 



1991 



1992 



$1.40 



1.05 



0.70 



£ 



- 0.35 



0.00 



a Excludes NLM, DRR, and cancer control research projects. Includes NCRR (starting in FY 1990). Represents grants coded R01, R22, R23, R29, R35, R37, R43, R44. P01, P42, and U01. and lor NIGMS 
only, P41. Original applications and their amendments for the same fiscal year are counted as one. As in other award tables, dollar figures represent total costs (direct and indirect). Indirect costs 
included under 'Reviewed' are based on indirect cost rates tor each ICD's funded applications in year shown. 

Source: Information Systems Branch, ORG 



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Table 40 



Average Length in Years of Competing Traditional 

Research Project (R01) Awards 3 by NIH Component, 

Fiscal Years 1983-1992 



NIH 

component 


1983 


1984 


1985 


1986 


1987 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 


All NIH 


3.30 


3.36 


3.37 


3.58 


3.74 


3.92 


4.01 


4.10 


3.78 


3.76 


NIA 


2.85 


2.81 


2.87 


3.16 


3.13 


3.55 


3.49 


3.74 


3.79 


3.66 


NIAID 


3.50 


3.55 


3.39 


3.51 


3.72 


4.02 


4.03 


4.18 


4.06 


3.97 


NIAMS 


3.38 


3.33 


3.34 


3.71 


3.81 


3.97 


3.95 


4.23 


3.73 


3.70 


NCI 


3.22 


3.23 


3.20 


3.43 


3.52 


3.81 


3.84 


3.93 


3.72 


3.64 


NICHD 


3.08 


3.07 


3.07 


3.30 


3.41 


3.72 


3.69 


3.89 


3.79 


3.73 


NIDCD 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4.38 


4.20 


3.84 


3.73 


NIDR 


2.99 


2.95 


3.26 


3.19 


3.50 


3.44 


3.88 


3.77 


3.81 


3.72 


NIDDK 


3.49 


3.41 


3.46 


3.62 


3.87 


3.89 


4.12 


4.21 


3.89 


3.91 


NIEHS 


3.25 


3.14 


3.13 


3.33 


3.27 


3.75 


3.82 


3.87 


3.57 


3.58 


NEI 


3.55 


3.55 


3.40 


3.66 


3.97 


4.06 


4.29 


4.07 


3.83 


3.76 


NIGMS 


3.49 


3.58 


3.52 


3.90 


4.10 


4.12 


4.23 


4.39 


3.75 


3.67 


NHLBI 


3.24 


3.26 


3.54 


3.57 


3.96 


4.00 


4.16 


4.20 


3.75 


3.92 


NINDS 


3.02 


3.57 


3.49 


3.62 


3.68 


3.93 


3.88 


4.08 


3.75 


3.80 


NCHGR 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3.30 


3.00 


2.97 


NCNR 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2.76 


3.00 


3.24 


3.70 


3.43 


3.87 


NCRR 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3.73 


3.44 


3.75 



s Excludes supplemental grants. 



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Table 41 



Average Size of Traditional Research Project (R01) 

Awards 3 by NIH Component, Fiscal Years 1983-1992 

in Current and Constant Dollars 

(Thousands) 



NIH 

component 


1983 


1984 


1985 


1986 


1987 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 


CURRENT DOLLARS 


All NIH 


$109.7 


$123.5 


$134.5 


$136.8 


$151.8 


$154.9 


$163.4 


$173.6 


$184.8 


$195.6 



NIA 


99.5 


112.2 


120.7 


124.5 


133.0 


138.2 


149.9 


163.1 


174.6 


188.3 


NIAID 


112.8 


124.6 


139.8 


135.3 


155.3 


161.4 


167.2 


176.7 


186.0 


197.2 


NIAMS 


110.4 


120.9 


132.1 


132.6 


150.1 


151.3 


158.9 


166.5 


182.3 


192.6 


NCI 


110.9 


126.9 


135.2 


142.3 


156.5 


159.4 


167.6 


177.2 


196.1 


207.0 


NICHD 


104.8 


118.7 


126.8 


124.6 


134.0 


140.3 


148.1 


162.9 


165.4 


175.7 


NIDCD 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


151.6 


169.6 


175.5 


187.5 


NIDR 


96.7 


109.5 


120.9 


122.6 


133.1 


137.4 


143.5 


147.0 


159.9 


174.8 


NIDDK 


112.7 


126.4 


135.8 


138.3 


154.8 


157.7 


167.5 


179.0 


182.2 


187.3 


NIEHS 


102.8 


115.1 


126.3 


126.5 


143.5 


147.2 


155.7 


167.7 


173.0 


181.0 


NEI 


109.5 


118.8 


130.8 ' 


128.9 


145.0 


143.5 


151.8* 


158.2 


168.9 


179.3 


NIGMS 


108.4 


122.8 


133.6 


134.3 


148.9 


156.2 


163.7 


169.1 


178.0 


186.3 


NHLBI 


121.9 


136.3 


153.4 


159.9 


172.5 


172.6 


184.7 


189.7 


203.0 


216.2 


NINDS 


96.7 


111.0 


119.2 


123.7 


143.9 


142.8 


149.4 


164.3 


182.4 


198.3 


NCHGR 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


305.4 


311.3 


310.2 


NCNR 


- 


- 


- 


- 


146.1 


164.9 


180.2 


196.4 


206.5 


236.6 


NCRR 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


160.1 


165.6 


188.0 


3 Represents total costs, except that 
" FY 1983=100. Constant dollars are 


supplements to prior years' grants are excluded. 

based on the Biomedical R&D Price Index (see inside back 


cover). 






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(Continued) 



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Table 41 (Cont.) 



Average Size of Traditional Research Project (R01) 

Awards 3 by NIH Component, Fiscal Years 1983-1992 

in Current and Constant Dollars 



(Thousands) 



NIH 

component 


1983 


1984 


1985 


1986 1987 1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 


CONSTANT DOLLARS" 


All NIH 


$109.7 


$116.7 


$120.9 


$118.1 $124.4 $120.8 


$121.1 


$122.0 


$123.8 


$124.9 



NIA 


99.5 


106.0 


108.5 


107.4 


109.0 


107.8 


111.1 


114.6 


116.9 


120.2 


NIAID 


112.8 


117.7 


125.7 


116.8 


127.3 


125.9 


123.9 


124.2 


124.5 


125.9 


NIAMS 


110.4 


114.3 


118.7 


114.4 


123.0 


118.0 


117.8 


117.0 


122.1 


123.0 


NCI 


110.9 


119.9 


121.6 


122.8 


128.2 


124.3 


124.2 


124.6 


131.3 


132.1 


NICHD 


104.8 


112.1 


114.0 


107.6 


109.8 


109.4 


109.8 


114.5 


110.7 


112.1 


NIDCD 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


112.3 


119.2 


117.5 


119.7 


NIDR 


96.7 


103.5 


108.7 


105.8 


109.0 


107.2 


106.3 


103.3 


107.1 


111.6 


NIDDK 


112.7 


119.4 


122.1 


119.4 


126.9 


123.0 


124.1 


125.8 


122.0 


120.0 


NIEHS 


102.8 


108.8 


113.6 


109.2 


117.6 


114.8 


115.4 


117.9 


115.8 


115.5 


NEI 


109.5 


112.2 


117.6 


111.2 


118.8 


111.9 


112.5 


111.2 


113.1 


114.5 


NIGMS 


108.4 


116.0 


120.1 


115.9 


122.0 


121.8 


121.3 


118.8 


119.2 


118.9 


NHLBI 


121.9 


128.8 


138.0 


138.0 


141.3 


134.6 


136.9 


133.3 


135.9 


138.0 


NINDS 


96.7 


104.9 


107.1 


106.7 


117.9 


111.4 


110.7 


115.5 


122.1 


126.6 


NCHGR 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


214.7 


208.4 


198.0 


NCNR 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


119.7 


128.6 


133.6 


138.1 


138.3 


151.0 


NCRR 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


112.5 


110.9 


120.0 



See footnotes on first page ot table. 



74 



Table 42 



Major NIH Career Development Awards by Recipient's 
Type of Doctorate, 3 Fiscal Years 1983-1992 

(Dollars in Thousands) 



Kind of award and code 


1983 


1984 


1985 


1986 


1987 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 


AMOUNTS OF AWARDS TO INDIVIDUALS 


Total 


$47,130 


$50,166 


$70,537 


$72,700 


$79,851 


$83,400 


$81,482 


$84,759 


$99,116 


$101,614 


Modified research career 
development (K04) 

M.D. or equivalent 
Ph.D. or equivalent 
Other 


26,797 

5,781 

20,012 

1,004 


24,762 

5,290 

18,790 

682 


29,838 

6,651 

22,024 

1,163 


27,477 

6,060 

20,499 

918 


24,846 

5,520 

18,473 

853 


23,925 

5,583 

17,815 

527 


20,744 

5,065 

15,364 

316 


20,870 

4,634 

16,183 

53 


20,451 

4,343 

16,044 

65 


17,799 

3,407 
14,392 


Academic/Teacher (K07) 

M.D. or equivalent 
Ph.D. or equivalent 
Other 


11,755 

9,610 

1,922 

223 


11,467 

9,110 

2,154 

204 


13,767 

11,344 

1,987 

436 


11,169 

9,043 

1,676 

451 


12,198 

9,942 

1,861 

395 


10,051 

7,796 

2,024 

231 


8,590 

7,039 

1,315 

236 


7,904 

6,799 

1,027 

78 


10,600 

9,040 

1,473 

88 


10,682 

8,964 

1,630 

88 


Clinical investigator (K08) 

M.D. or equivalent 
Ph.D. or equivalent 
Other 


8,579 

7,821 
525 
233 


11,896 

10,579 
590 
727 


20,603 

18,162 
1,135 
1,305 


24,268 

20,971 
1,694 
1,602 


27,764 

24,740 
1,802 
1,222 


30,332 

27,407 
1,790 
1,135 


31,059 

28,636 

1,648 

775 


33,367 

31,263 

1,489 

614 


40,714 

38,711 

1,570 

433 


45,137 

41,890 

2,866 

381 


Physician scientist (K11) 
M.D. or equivalent 
Ph.D. or equivalent 
Other 


- 


2,041 

1,988 
53 


6,129 

5,919 

135 

74 


9,226 

8,815 

68 

343 


13,901 

13,361 
174 
367 


17,671 

16,613 
450 
607 


19,229 

18,054 
759 
416 


20,847 

19,664 
833 
350 


25,545 

24,371 
958 
216 


26,502 

25,630 
698 
174 


Dentist scientist (K15) 

M.D. or equivalent 
Ph.D. or equivalent 
Other 


- 


- 


201 

136 

65 


560 

505 

55 


1,142 

1,083 

59 


1,422 

1,305 
50 
67 


1,860 

1,676 

53 

131 


1,771 

1,628 
71 
72 


1,806 

1,730 
76 


1,494 

1,335 

63 

96 








AMOUNTS OF PROGRAM AWARDS 












Total 


- 


$372 


$2,430 


$3,865 


$6,032 


$7,775 


$8,649 


$8,633 


$10,699 


$13,307 


Physician scientist (K12) 


- 


372 


1,472 


2,397 


3,429 


4,079 


4,307 


3,901 


4,864 


7,730 


Dentist scientist (K1 6) 


- 


- 


958 


1,468 


2,604 


3,696 


4,342 


4,732 


5,835 


5,577 


3 Awards to recipients holding both M.D 


and Ph.D. 


or equivalent are 


under M.D. 










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Table 42 (Cont.j 



Major NIH Career Development Awards by Recipient's 
Type of Doctorate, 3 Fiscal Years 1983-1992 

(Dollars in Thousands) 



Kind of award and code 


1983 


1984 


1985 


1986 


1987 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 


NUMBERS OF AWARDS TO INDIVIDUALS 


Total 


1,106 


1,133 


1,249 


1,237 


1,308 


1,347 


1,278 


1,263 


1,293 


1,307 


Modified research career 
development (K04) 

M.D. or equivalent 
Ph.D. or equivalent 
Other 


700 

153 

520 

27 


633 

137 

479 

17 


587 

128 

437 

22 


539 

119 

402 

18 


486 

107 

362 

17 


459 

106 
343 

10 


396 

97 

293 

6 


340 

76 

263 

1 


313 

66 
246 

1 


276 

52 
224 


Academic/Teacher (K07) 

M.D. or equivalent 
Ph.D. or equivalent 
Other 


227 

183 

39 

5 


224 

178 

43 
3 


219 

180 

34 

5 


168 

135 

28 

5 


168 
134 

30 
4 


134 

99 

33 

2 


102 

81 
19 
2 


90 

75 

14 

1 


107 

88 
18 

1 


108 

86 

21 

1 


Clinical investigator (K08) 

M.D. or equivalent 
Ph.D. or equivalent 
Other 


179 

163 
11 
5 


239 

212 

12 
15 


344 

295 
18 
31 


382 

330 
26 
26 


431 

384 
27 
20 


470 

425 
28 

17 


471 

433 
26 
12 


503 

471 

23 

9 


527 

499 

22 

6 


569 

526 

38 

5 


Physician scientist (K11) 
M.D. or equivalent 
Ph.D. or equivalent 
Other 


- 


37 

36 
1 


96 

93 
2 

1 


139 

133 

1 
5 


205 

197 
3 
5 


262 

246 
7 
9 


280 

262 
12 
6 


302 

284 
12 
6 


321 

306 

12 
3 


334 

322 

9 
3 


Dentist scientist (K1 5) 

M.D. or equivalent 
Ph.D. or equivalent 
Other 


- 


- 


3 

2 

1 


9 

8 

1 


18 

17 

1 


22 

20 

1 
1 


29 

26 
1 
2 


28 

26 

1 
1 


25 

24 
1 


20 

18 
1 

1 








NUMBERS OF PROGRAM AWARDS 












Total 


- 


3 


17 


18 


21 


21 


21 


27 


29 


44 


Physician scientist (K1 2) 


- 


3 


9 


9 


12 


12 


12 


15 


17 


32 


Dentist scientist (K1 6) 


- 


- 


8 


9 


9 


9 


9 


12 


12 


12 



Sea footnote on first page of table. 



76 



Table 43 



Number of Appointments in NIH Research Training 

Programs by Academic Level and Type, 3 

Fiscal Years 1983-1992 



Academic level 


1983 


1984 


1985 


1986 


1987 


1988 


1989 


1990 (est.) 


1991 (est.) 


1992 (est.) 


Total of A or B 


12,142 


12,026 


12,112 


11,720 


12,296 


12,104 


12,061 


12,514 


13,075 


12,970 








A. ACADEMIC LEVEL 














Predoctoral 


6,651 


6,595 


6,361 


6,144 


6,606 


6,673 


6,839 


7,009 


7,566 


7,156 


Individual 


27 


43 


42 


112 


195 


193 


205 


227 


342 


359 


Predoctoral NRSA (F31) 


23 


39 


39 


105 


186 


183 


198 


221 


339 


354 


MARC NRSA faculty fellowships (F34) 


4 


4 


3 


7 


9 


10 


7 


6 


3 


5 


Institutional 


6,624 


6,552 


6,319 


6,032 


6,411 


6,480 


6,634 


6,782 


7,224 


6,797 


NRSA (T32 excluding MSTP) 


4,285 


4,130 


3,984 


3,840 


4,147 


4,187 


4,328 


4,661 


4,908 


4,368 


MSTP 


678 


692 


713 


701 


768 


770 


767 


810 


825 


840 


Continuing education training (T15) 


9 


1 


1 


- 


7 


14 


20 


22 


29 


15 


MARC undergraduate NRSA (T34) 


374 


404 


433 


449 


434 


475 


459 


500 


592 


419 


NRSA short-term research training (T35) 


1,278 


1,325 


1,188 


1,042 


1,055 


1,034 


1,060 


789 


870 


1,155 


Postdoctoral 


5,491 


5,431 


5,751 


5,576 


5,690 


5,431 


5,222 


5,505 


5,509 


5,814 


M.D. 


2,227 


2,304 


2,444 


2,461 


2,561 


2,562 


2,452 


2,400 


2,370 


2,651 


Individual 


326 


367 


370 


349 


373 


376 


346 


344 


376 


315 


Postdoctoral NRSA (F32) 


313 


358 


347 


311 


325 


334 


319 


320 


352 


293 


NRSA to senior fellows (F33) 


11 


7 


6 


7 


11 


6 


2 


3 


9 


7 


MARC NRSA faculty fellowships (F34) 


2 


2 


2 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Intramural NRSA postdoctoral (F35) 


- 


- 


15 


30 


37 


36 


22 


19 


10 


11 


Medical informatics fellowships (F37) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


2 


5 


4 


Institutional 


1,901 


1,937 


2,074 


2,112 


2,188 


2,186 


2,106 


2,056 


1,994 


2,336 


Continuing education training (T15) 


43 


40 


22 


23 


40 


45 


41 


40 


43 


n.a. 


NRSA (T32) 


1,844 


, 1,894 


2,047 


2,077 


2,128 


2,122 


2,046 


2,000 


1,945 


n.a. 


NRSA short-term research training (T35) 


14 


3 


5 


12 


20 


19 


19 


16 


6 


n.a. 


Ph.D. 


3,264 


3,127 


3,307 


3,115 


3,129 


2,869 


2,770 


3,105 


3,139 


3,163 


Individual 


1,253 


1,197 


1,414 


1,203 


1,308 


1,226 


1,153 


1,280 


1,233 


1,293 


Postdoctoral NRSA (F32) 


1,207 


1,154 


1,364 


1,162 


1,273 


1,188 


1,105 


1,239 


1,200 


1,258 


NRSA to senior fellows (F33) 


27 


25 


24 


21 


21 


24 


34 


25 


18 


18 


MARC NRSA faculty fellowships (F34) 


19 


18 


20 


15 


9 


5 


7 


6 


4 


4 


Intramural NRSA postdoctoral (F35) 


- 


- 


5 


4 


5 


9 


7 


5 


7 


8 


MARC visiting scientists (F36) 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


_ 


2 


- 


_ 


Medical informatics fellowships (F37) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


4 


5 


Institutional 


2,011 


1,930 


1,893 


1,912 


1,821 


1,643 


1,617 


1,825 


1,906 


1,870 


Continuing education training (T1 5) 


11 


5 


5 


3 


- 


3 


2 


5 


6 


n.a. 


NRSA (T32) 


1,934 


1,867 


1,833 


1,845 


1,782 


1,627 


1,607 


1,812 


1,897 


n.a. 


NRSA short-term research training (T35) 


66 


58 


55 


64 


39 


13 


8 


8 


3 


n.a. 



See footnote on the next page. 



(Continued) 



77 



Table 43 (Cont.) 



Number of Appointments in NIH Research Training 

Programs by Academic Level and Type, 8 

Fiscal Years 1983-1992 



Type of appointment 


1983 


1984 


1985 


1986 


1987 


1988 


1989 


1990 (est.) 


1991 (est.) 


1992 (est.) 


Total of A or B 


12,142 


12,026 


12,112 


11,720 


12,296 


12,104 


12,061 


12,514 


13,075 


12,970 








B. 


TYPE OF APPOINTMENT 












Individual 


1,606 


1,607 


1,826 


1,664 


1,876 


1,795 


1,704 


1,851 


1,951 


1,967 


Predoctoral (F31, F34) 


27 


43 


42 


112 


195 


193 


205 


227 


342 


359 


Postdoctoral 


1,579 


1,564 


1,784 


1,552 


1,681 


1,602 


1,499 


1,624 


1,609 


1,608 


F32 


1,520 


1,512 


1,711 


1,473 


1,598 


1,522 


1,424 


1,559 


1,552 


1,551 


F33, F34, F35, F36, F37 


59 


52 


73 


79 


83 


80 


75 


65 


57 


57 


Institutional 


10,536 


10,419 


10,286 


10,056 


10,420 


10,309 


10,357 


10,663 


11,124 


11,003 


Predoctoral 


6,624 


6,552 


6,319 


6,032 


6,411 


6,480 


6,634 


6,782 


7,224 


6,797 


T32 


4,963 


4,822 


4,697 


4,541 


4,915 


4,957 


5,095 


5,471 


5,733 


5,208 


T35 


1,278 


1,325 


1,188 


1,042 


1,055 


1,034 


1,060 


789 


870 


1,155 


T15.T34 


383 


405 


434 


449 


441 


489 


479 


522 


621 


434 


Postdoctoral 


3,912 


3,867 


3,967 


4,024 


4,009 


3,829 


3,723 


3,881 


3,900 


4,206 


T32 


3,778 


3,761 


3,880 


3,922 


3,910 


3,749 


3,653 


3,812 


3,842 


4,167 


T15.T35 


134 


106 


87 


102 


99 


80 


70 


69 


58 


39 










Figure 43. 1 






3St.) 










NIH Postdoctoral Training Appointments, Fiscal Year 1992 ( 








M.D.s 2,651 








Ph.D.S 3,163 











3 Revised. Based on year of funding. Excludes FIC. 'M.D.' includes equivalent professional doctorates. 'Ph.D. " includes equivalent academic doctorates. 'M.D. and Ph.D." or equivalent included under 'M.D." 
NOTE: Number of appointments differs from corresponding number of FTTP (see Table 44) because a trainee in a part-time position is counted as a full unit under appointments but as a fraction of a 
unit under FTTP. In addition, these data are not strictly comparable with FTTP counts because of somewhat different methods used by the two data sources. 

Source: Information Systems Branch, ORG 



78 



Figure 43.2 



Number of Appointments in NIH Research Training 
Programs by Academic Level, Fiscal Years 1983-1992 



14,000 




1983 



1984 



1985 



1986 



1987 



1988 



1989 1990 (est.) 1991 (est.) 1992 (est.; 



Source: Information Systems Branch, ORG 



79 



Table 44 



Number of NIH Full-Time-Equivalent Training Positions (FTTP) a 

by Academic Level, NIH Component, and Type, 

Fiscal Years 1983-1992 



Fiscal year and 


Total NIH 


NIA 


NIAID 


NIADDK 


NIAMS 


NCI 


academic level 


Total 


Indiv. 


Inst. 


Total 


Indiv. 


Inst. 


Total 


Indiv. 


Inst. 


Total 


Indiv. 


Inst. 


Total 


Indiv. 


Inst. 


Total 


Indiv. 


Inst. 


1983 
Predoctoral 
Postdoctoral 


10,570 
5,254 
5,316 


1,607 

34 

1,573 


8,963 
5,220 
3,743 


170 
83 
87 


15 
15 


155 
83 
72 


479 
146 
333 


102 
102 


377 
146 
231 


916 

52 

864 


211 
211 


705 

52 
653 


- 


- 


- 


1,483 
572 

911 


161 
161 


1,322 
572 
750 


1984 
Predoctoral 
Postdoctoral 


10,514 
5,149 
5,365 


1,606 

51 

1,555 


8,908 
5,098 
3,810 


161 
71 
90 


18 
18 


143 
71 
72 


494 

147 
347 


90 
90 


404 

147 
257 


977 

70 

907 


199 
199 


778 

70 

708 


- 


- 


- 


1,465 
566 
899 


178 
178 


1,287 
566 
721 


1985 
Predoctoral 
Postdoctoral 


10,624 
4,963 
5,661 


1,831 

52 

1,779 


8,793 
4,911 
3,882 


227 

93 

134 


24 
24 


203 
93 
110 


518 
163 
355 


75 
75 


443 
163 
280 


1,046 
107 
939 


203 
203 


843 

107 
736 


; 


- 


_ 


1,464 
542 
922 


241 

2 

239 


1,223 
540 
683 


1986 
Predoctoral 
Postdoctoral 


10,382 
5,011 
5,371 


1,753 

204 

1,549 


8,629 
4,807 
3,822 


263 

98 

165 


31 
31 


232 

98 
134 


487 
156 

331 


67 
67 


420 
156 
264 


987 

99 

888 


195 
195 


792 

99 

693 


- 


- 


- 


1,394 
521 
873 


174 

4 

170 


1,220 
517 
703 


1987 
Predoctoral 
Postdoctoral 


11,181 
5,438 
5,743 


1,877 

196 

1,681 


9,304 
5,242 
4,062 


313 
137 
176 


36 
36 


277 
137 
140 


491 
155 
336 


71 
71 


420 

155 
265 


- 


- 


; 


242 

15 
227 


40 
40 


202 

15 
187 


1,475 
577 

898 


175 

9 

166 


1,300 
568 
732 


1988 
Predoctoral 
Postdoctoral 


11,329 
5,560 
5,769 


1,795 

191 

1,604 


9,534 
5,369 
4,165 


344 

139 
205 


36 
36 


308 
139 
169 


561 
173 
388 


100 
100 


461 
173 
288 


: 


; 


_ 


238 

17 
221 


35 
35 


203 

17 

186 


1,456 
568 
888 


141 

8 

133 


1,315 
560 
755 


1989 
Predoctoral 
Postdoctoral 


11,225 
5,726 
5,499 


1,696 

205 

1,491 


9,529 
5,521 
4,008 


387 
167 
220 


32 
32 


355 
167 
188 


579 
189 
390 


94 
94 


485 

189 
296 


- 


- 


_ 


219 

14 

205 


29 
29 


190 

14 

176 


1,428 
548 
880 


162 

8 

154 


1,266 
540 
726 


1990 
Predoctoral 
Postdoctoral 


11,767 
5,999 
5,768 


1,847 

230 

1,617 


9,920 
5,769 
4,151 


426 
190 
236 


33 
33 


393 
190 
203 


711 
225 
486 


106 
106 


605 
225 
380 


- 


_ 


- 


228 

10 
218 


32 
32 


196 

10 

186 


1,485 
567 
918 


181 

10 

171 


1,304 
557 
747 


1991 
Predoctoral 
Postdoctoral 


12,414 
6,619 
5,795 


1,933 

322 

1,611 


10,481 
6,297 
4,184 


418 
175 
243 


34 
34 


384 

175 
209 


754 
243 
511 


136 
136 


618 
243 

375 


- 


- 


_ 


215 

14 

201 


35 

2 

33 


180 

12 

168 


1,497 
584 
913 


180 

15 
165 


1,317 
569 
748 


1992 
Predoctoral 
Postdoctoral 


12,629 
6,807 
5,822 


1,969 

360 

1,609 


10,660 
6,447 
4,213 


436 

200 
236 


30 

4 

26 


406 
196 
210 


774 
259 
515 


127 
127 


647 
259 
388 




- 


- 


233 

14 
219 


41 

4 

37 


192 

10 

182 


1,491 
597 
894 


167 
24 
143 


1.324 
573 
751 



a Based on year of funding. Excludes FIC F05, F06, and F15 fellowships and NLM training programs. 



Source: Division ol Financial Management 
{Continued) 



80 



Table 44 (Cont.) 



Number of NIH Full-Time-Equivalent Training Positions (FTTP) a 

by Academic Level, NIH Component, and Type, 

Fiscal Years 1983-1992 



Fiscal year and 


NICHD 


NIDCD 


NIDR 


NIDDK 


NIEHS 


NEI 


academic level 


Total 


Indiv. 


Inst. 


Total 


Indiv. 


Inst. 


Total 


Indiv. 


Inst. 


Total 


Indiv. 


Inst. 


Total 


Indiv. 


Inst. 


Total 


Indiv. 


Inst. 


1983 


671 


95 


576 


_ 


_ 


_ 


221 


44 


177 


_ 


_ 


_ 


459 


30 


429 


219 


79 


140 


Predoctoral 


344 


- 


344 


- 


- 


- 


51 


- 


51 


- 


- 


- 


262 


- 


262 


38 


- 


38 


Postdoctoral 


327 


95 


232 


- 


- 


- 


170 


44 


126 


- 


- 


- 


197 


30 


167 


181 


79 


102 


1984 


656 


113 


543 


_ 


_ 


_ 


221 


41 


180 


_ 


_ 


_ 


448 


28 


420 


222 


85 


137 


Predoctoral 


326 


- 


326 


- 


- 


- 


57 


- 


57 


- 


- 


- 


255 


- 


255 


37 


- 


37 


Postdoctoral 


330 


113 


217 


- 


- 


- 


164 


41 


123 


- 


- 


- 


193 


28 


165 


185 


85 


100 


1985 


702 


127 


575 


_ 


_ 


_ 


197 


37 


160 


_ 


_ 


_ 


483 


44 


439 


220 


111 


109 


Predoctoral 


333 


- 


333 


- 


- 


- 


44 


- 


44 


- 


- 


- 


262 


- 


262 


25 


- 


25 


Postdoctoral 


369 


127 


242 


- 


- 


- 


153 


37 


116 


- 


- 


- 


221 


44 


177 


195 


111 


84 


1986 


728 


115 


613 


_ 


_ 


_ 


192 


45 


147 


_ 


_ 


_ 


446 


43 


403 


232 


118 


114 


Predoctoral 


344 


- 


344 


- 


- 


- 


44 


- 


44 


- 


- 


- 


243 


- 


243 


33 


- 


33 


Postdoctoral 


384 


115 


269 


- 


- 


- 


148 


45 


103 


- 


- 


- 


203 


43 


160 


199 


118 


81 


1987 


736 


99 


637 


_ 


_ 


_ 


225 


55 


170 


915 


164 


751 


462 


41 


421 


229 


101 


128 


Predoctoral 


360 


- 


360 


- 


- 


- 


61 


- 


61 


133 


- 


133 


268 


- 


268 


37 


- 


37 


Postdoctoral 


376 


99 


277 


- 


- 


- 


164 


55 


109 


782 


164 


618 


194 


41 


153 


192 


101 


91 


1988 


723 


102 


621 


- 


_ 


_ 


224 


44 


180 


916 


167 


749 


480 


36 


444 


252 


81 


171 


Predoctoral 


353 


- 


353 


- 


- 


- 


63 


- 


63 


127 


1 


126 


281 


- 


281 


69 


- 


69 


Postdoctoral 


370 


102 


268 


- 


- 


- 


161 


44 


117 


789 


166 


623 


199 


36 


163 


183 


81 


102 


1989 


640 


86 


554 


105 


16 


89 


189 


35 


154 


825 


130 


695 


434 


35 


399 


251 


77 


174 


Predoctoral 


308 


- 


308 


23 


- ' 


23 


56 


- 


56 


144 


- 


144 


272 


- 


272 


85 


- 


85 


Postdoctoral 


332 


86 


246 


82 


16 


66 


133 


35 


98 


681 


130 


551 


162 


35 


127 


166 


77 


89 


1990 


677 


90 


587 


112 


24 


88 


195 


33 


162 


804 


135 


669 


481 


37 


444 


258 


84 


174 


Predoctoral 


312 


- 


312 


20 


- 


20 


60 


- 


60 


125 


- 


125 


304 


- 


304 


95 


- 


95 


Postdoctoral 


365 


90 


275 


92 


24 


68 


135 


33 


102 


679 


135 


544 


177 


37 


140 


163 


84 


79 


1991 


723 


104 


619 


142 


31 


111 


211 


32 


179 


843 


143 


700 


556 


50 


506 


261 


95 


166 


Predoctoral 


334 


- 


334 


36 


- 


36 


71 


- 


71 


130 


5 


125 


359 


- 


359 


112 


- 


112 


Postdoctoral 


389 


104 


285 


106 


31 


75 


140 


32 


108 


713 


138 


575 


197 


50 


147 


149 


95 


54 


1992 


743 


103 


640 


166 


29 


137 


205 


35 


170 


849 


132 


717 


467 


54 


413 


262 


84 


178 


Predoctoral 


353 


2 


351 


48 


1 


47 


71 


- 


71 


155 


5 


150 


298 


5 


293 


133 


1 


132 


Postdoctoral 


390 


101 


289 


118 


28 


90 


134 


35 


99 


694 


127 


567 


169 


49 


120 


129 


83 


46 



See footnote on first page of table. 



(Continued) 



81 



Table 44 (Cont.) 



Number of NIH Full-Time-Equivalent Training Positions (FTTP) a 

by Academic Level, NIH Component, and Type, 

Fiscal Years 1983-1992 



Fiscal year and 


NIGMS 


NHLBI 


NINCDS 


NINOS 


DRR/NCRR 


NCHGR 


NCNR 


academic level 


Total 


Indiv. 


Inst. 


Totai 


Indiv. 


Inst. 


Total 


Indiv. 


Inst. 


Total 


Indiv. 


Inst. 


Total 


Indiv. 


Inst. 


Total 


Indiv. 


Inst. 


Total 


Indiv. 


Inst. 


1983 
Predoctoral 
Postdoctoral 


3,713 

3,155 

558 


417 

34 

383 


3,296 

3,121 

175 


1,626 

447 

1,179 


210 
210 


1,416 
447 
969 


576 
103 
473 


240 
240 


336 
103 
233 


- 


- 


- 


37 

1 

36 


3 
3 


34 

1 

33 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1984 
Predoctoral 
Postdoctoral 


3,581 

3,067 

514 


419 

51 

368 


3,162 

3,016 

146 


1,688 

443 

1,245 


219 
219 


1,469 

443 

1,026 


565 
109 
456 


213 
213 


352 
109 
243 


— 


— 


— 


36 

1 

35 


3 
3 


33 

1 

32 


; 


- 


: 


: 


: 


- 


1985 
Predoctoral 
Postdoctoral 


3,396 

2,820 

576 


502 

50 

452 


2,894 

2,770 

124 


1,709 

465 

1,244 


210 
210 


1,499 

465 

1,034 


623 
109 

514 


253 
253 


370 
109 
261 


— 


- 


: 


39 
39 


4 
4 


35 
35 


: 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


1986 
Predoctoral 
Postdoctoral 


3,238 

2,743 

495 


443 
59 

384 


2,795 

2,684 

111 


1,633 

459 

1,174 


188 
188 


1,445 
459 
986 


581 
120 
461 


180 
180 


401 
120 
281 


— 


— 


- 


36 
36 


3 
3 


33 
33 


- 


- 


- 


165 
151 

14 


151 

141 

10 


14 

10 

4 


1987 
Predoctoral 
Postdoctoral 


3,566 

2,946 

620 


556 
60 

496 


3,010 

2,886 

124 


1,666 

460 

1,206 


193 
193 


1,473 

460 

1,013 


653 
135 
518 


212 
212 


441 
135 
306 


- 


- 


; 


41 
41 


3 
3 


38 
38 


- 


- 


_ 


167 

154 

13 


131 

127 

4 


36 

27 

9 


1988 
Predoctoral 
Postdoctoral 


3,587 

3,031 

556 


490 

62 

428 


3,097 

2,969 

128 


1,655 

451 

1,204 


218 
218 


1,437 
451 
986 


640 
128 
512 


210 
210 


430 
128 
302 


; 


- 


- 


67 
67 


4 
4 


63 
63 


_ 


- 


_ 


186 

160 

26 


131 

120 

11 


55 
40 
15 


1989 
Predoctoral 
Postdoctoral 


3,702 

3,158 

544 


480 

60 

420 


3,222 

3,098 

124 


1,628 

456 

1,172 


188 
188 


1,440 
456 
984 


- 


- 


— 


546 
119 
427 


179 
179 


367 
119 

248 


73 
73 


3 
3 


70 
70 


- 


_ 


_ 


219 

187 

32 


150 
137 

13 


69 
50 
19 


1990 
Predoctoral 
Postdoctoral 


3,838 

3,260 

578 


505 

66 

439 


3,333 

3,194 

139 


1,519 

378 

1,141 


214 
214 


1,305 
378 
927 


"~ 


— 


: 


564 
115 

449 


186 
186 


378 
115 
263 


82 

1 

81 


9 
9 


73 

1 

72 


130 
120 

10 


10 
10 


120 
120 


257 

217 

40 


168 

154 

14 


89 
63 
26 


1991 
Predoctoral 
Postdoctoral 


4,215 

3,642 

573 


564 
141 
423 


3,651 

3,501 

150 


1,567 

435 

1,132 


201 
201 


1,366 
435 
931 


- 


- 


- 


503 
109 
394 


141 
141 


362 
109 
253 


82 

2 

80 


5 
5 


77 
2 

75 


158 
144 

14 


20 
6 
14 


138 
138 


269 
229 

40 


162 

153 
9 


107 
76 
31 


1992 
Predoctoral 
Postdoctoral 


4,333 

3,749 

584 


591 
160 
431 


3,742 

3,589 

153 


1,640 

456 

1,184 


221 

3 

218 


1,419 
453 
966 


- 


- 


- 


516 
103 
413 


164 
164 


352 
103 
249 


82 

4 

78 


7 
2 
5 


75 

2 

73 


171 
148 
23 


30 

7 

23 


141 
141 


261 

219 

42 


154 

142 

12 


107 
77 
30 



See footnote on first page of table. 



82 



Figure 44. 1 

Number of NIH Full-Time-Equivalent Training Positions (FTTP) a 

by Academic Level, NIH Component, and Type, 

Fiscal Year 1992 



Predoctoral FTTP 



Postdoctoral FTTP 




Total 12,629 




1,800 3,600 3,400 3,200 3,000 x v 600 400 
Number 



1,200 



' Based on year of funding. Excludes FIC F05, FOB, and F15 fellowships and NLM training programs. 



Source: Division of Financial Management 



Table 45 



83 



Clinical Center Data by NIH Component, NIMH, and 
NIAAA, Fiscal Years 1986, 1989, and 1992 







Inpatient 






Inpatient 






Average length 






Number of beds 






Outpatient 




Component 




admissions 






days 3 






of stay 6 






(end of year) 






visits 






1986 


1989 


1992 


1986 


1989 


1992 


1986 


1989 


1992 


1986 


1989 


1992 


1986 


1989 


1992 


Total 


8,830 


9,454 


9,896 


108,796 


104,730 


87,729 


12 


11 


9 


502 


478 


437 


145,323 


143,765 


160,491 


NIH 


8,404 


9,145 


9,345 


87,328 


87,581 


68,778 


10 


10 


8 


431 


407 


367 


130,120 


124,483 


139,767 


NIA 


132 


102 


168 


978 


1,093 


1,327 


7 


11 


8 


6 


6 


8 


357 


995 


254 


NIAID 


832 


899 


1,058 


10,080 


10,994 


6,800 


12 


13 


7 


50 


50 


40 


7,425 


10,669 


12,929 


NIADDK 


1,032 


- 


- 


11,526 


- 


- 


11 


- 


- 


56 


- 


- 


11,423 


- 


- 


NIAMS 


- - 


552 


206 


- 


2,493 


1,057 


- 


5 


5 


- 


16 


12 


- 


2,157 


4,692 


NCI 


2,939 


3,298 


3,476 


28,768 


31,974 


26,885 


10 


10 


8 


124 


125 


116 


64,305 


57,291 


70,186 


NICHD 


901 


1,085 


1,004 


6,525 


8,015 


7,159 


7 


7 


7 


40 


44 


42 


6,479 


6,836 


4,346 


NIDCD 


- 


- 


18 


- 


- 


96 


- 


- 


5 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


3,284 


NIDR 


43 


68 


24 


150 


126 


76 


3 


2 


3 


4 


2 


2 


14,307 


10,538 


9,123 


NIDDK 


- 


631 


844 


- 


6,555 


5,294 


- 


10 


6 


- 


40 


34 


- 


7,281 


6,189 


NEI 


230 


272 


213 


1,519 


2,372 


1,750 


7 


8 


8 


12 


12 


12 


10,851 


11,518 


10,952 


NHLBI 


1,546 


1,715 


1,610 


18,527 


17,089 


12,546 


12 


10 


8 


89 


81 


56 


8,168 


8,698 


9,147 


NINCDS 


674 


- 


- 


8,488 


- 


- 


12 


- 


- 


43 


- 


- 


5,753 


- 


- 


NINDS 


- 


480 


672 


- 


6,168 


5,315 


■- 


13 


8 


- 


24 


35 


- 


7,313 


8,097 


CC C 


75 


43 


52 


767 


702 


473 


9 


14 


11 


7 


7 


8 


1,052 


1,187 


568 


NIMH d 


301 


210 


426 


15,491 


13,746 


14,315 


48 


65 


27 


61 


61 


60 


14,321 


17,336 


19,256 


NIAAA" 


125 


99 


125 


5,977 


3,403 


4,636 


29 


34 


38 


10 


10 


10 


882 


1,946 


1,468 



a Summation ol daily censuses. 

6 Average length of stay ol discharged patients (number ol days). 

c Clinical Center patients admitted to the Critical Care Department 

" Prior to Fiscal Year 1993, a component ofADAMHA. not NIH. The NIH Clinical Center is used by NIMH and NIAAA lor some intramural research. 



Source: NIH Clinical Center 



84 



Table 46 



NIH Personnel by Degree Held, Type of Occupation, NIH Component, 
Program, and Status 3 as of End of Fiscal Year 1992 

Total Staff, 16,486; b Total Full-Time Equivalent (FTE), 15,166 c 





Total 
staff" 


Permanent full-time 


Other 
than 


Degree held and type 


Total 
(program 
or status) 


Program 


Status 


of occupation 


ODs of NIH Intramural n . 
and ICDs research utner 


Civil Commissioned 
service Officer Corps 


permanent 
full-time' 1 


Total of A, B, or C 


16,486 


12,596 


2,208 5,790 4,598 


11,698 898 


3,890 



A. DEGREE HELD 



Doctorate 


3,895 


2,078 


160 


1,307 


611 


1,515 


563 


1,817 


M.D. e 


1,938 


844 


51 


647 


146 


333 


511 


1,094 


Ph.D. 


1,815 


1,131 


98 


602 


431 


1,102 


29 


684 


D.D.S.orD.M.D. 


27 


22 


4 


14 


4 


11 


11 


5 


D.V.M. 


17 


16 


2 


13 


1 


10 


6 


1 


Other 


98 


65 


5 


31 


29 


59 


6 


33 


Other than doctorate 


12,591 


10,518 


2,048 


4,483 


3,987 


10,183 


335 


2,073 



B. TYPE OF OCCUPATION 



Professional 


8,080 


5,053 


258 


3,591 


1,204 


4,187 


866 


3,027 


Administrative 


2,767 


2,549 


1,137 


430 


982 


2,520 


29 


218 


Technical 


2,308 


2,099 


332 


950 


817 


2,096 


3 


209 


Clerical 


2,129 


1,851 


445 


657 


749 


1,851 


- 


278 


Wage grade 


1,106 


961 


35 


159 


767 


961 


- 


145 


Other 


96 


83 


1 


3 


79 


83 


- 


13 



a Excludes personnel coded as ceiling exempt and student volunteers. 

" Number exceeds FTE because each person is counted as a lull unit, whereas under FTE a person in a part-time position is counted as a fraction ol a unit. Also includes some stall in without-pay status. 

c Excludes staff in without-pay status. 

11 Includes staff fellows and visiting scientists. 

8 Includes persons holding both M.D. and Ph.D. or equivalent. 

Source: Division of Personnel Management 
(Continued) 



85 



Table 46 (Cont.) 



NIH Personnel by Degree Held, Type of Occupation, NIH Component, 
Program, and Status 3 as of End of Fiscal Year 1992 

Total Staff, 16,486;" Total Full-Time Equivalent (FTE), 15,166 c 



NIH component 



Total 
staff" 



Permanent full-time 



Total 
(program 
or status) 



Program 



ODs of NIH 
and ICDs 



Intramural 
research 



Other 



Status 



Civil 
service 



Commissioned 
Officer Corps 



Other 

than 
permanent 
full-time' 1 



C. NIH COMPONENT 



NIA 


493 


328 


96 


184 


48 


305 


23 


165 


NIAID 


1,180 


879 


140 


445 


294 


799 


80 


301 


NIAMS 


213 


118 


40 


43 


35 


106 


12 


95 


NCI 


2,732 


2,039 


377 


1,419 


243 


1,788 


251 


693 


NICHD 


615 


382 


95 


193 


94 


339 


43 


233 


NIDCD 


190 


102 


49 


20 


33 


102 


- 


88 


NIDR 


396 


244 


46 


163 


35 


221 


23 


152 


NIDDK 


752 


444 


60 


278 


106 


397 


47 


308 


NIEHS 


789 


549 


199 


202 


148 


531 


18 


240 


NEI 


301 


177 


38 


112 


27 


171 


6 


124 


NIGMS 


217 


166 


118 


1 


47 


164 


2 


51 


NHLBI 


1,036 


732 


136 


283 


313 


661 


71 


304 


NINDS 


741 


490 


69 


291 


130 


445 


45 


251 


FIC 


82 


67 


19 


_ 


48 


66 


1 


15 


NCHGR 


66 


43 


32 


- 


11 


43 


- 


23 


NCNR 


64 


43 


- 


- 


43 


40 


3 


21 


NCRR 


582 


478 


89 


360 


29 


456 


22 


104 


NLM 


650 


533 


80 


438 


15 


527 


6 


117 


OD-NIH & management 


















services 


2,810 


2,613 


361 


57 


2,195 


2,565 


48 


197 


OD-NIH 


417 


311 


254 


57 


- 


297 


14 


106 


OA 


719 


693 


46 


- 


647 


689 


4 


26 


DRG 


454 


439 


57 


- 


382 


433 


6 


15 


ORS 


1,220 


1,170 


4 


- 


1,166 


1,146 


24 


50 


Central services 


2,577 


2,169 


164 


1,301 


704 


1,972 


197 


408 


CC 


2,255 


1,870 


124 


1,249 


497 


1,679 


191 


385 


DCRT 


322 


299 


40 


52 


207 


293 


6 


23 



See footnotes on first page of table. 



Table 47 



Mortality from Selected Causes, United States, 
1979 and 1989 



ERRATA FOR THE 1993 NIH DATA BOOK- 

Table 47, page 86, contains 2 errors. "Malignant 
neoplasms, Female breast," 1989 death rate 
should be 23.0, and percentage change in death 
rates 1979-1989 should be +3.1%. 







1979 


1989 


















Percentage 


Causes of death 


Ninth 
ICD code 3 




Percentage 


Death 




Percentage 


Death 


change in 
death rates 






Number 


of all 
deaths 


rates b 


Rank Number 


of all 
deaths 


rates 6 


1979-1989 


Total 


1,913,841 


100.0% 


577.0 


2,150,466 


100.0% 


523.0 


-9.4 


Major cardiovascular diseases (excluding 


















cerebrovascular) 


390-429,439-448 


788,794 


41.2 


212.6 


1 786,287 


37.8 


166.2 


-21.8 


Diseases of the heart 


390-398,402,404-429 


733,235 


38.3 


199.5 


733,867 


35.3 


155.9 


-21.9 


Atherosclerosis 


440 


28,801 


1.5 


5.7 


19,357 


1.0 


3.0 


-47.4 


Hypertension with or without renal disease 


401,403 


7,275 


0.4 


1.9 


8,766 


0.4 


1.8 


-5.3 


Malignant neoplasms 


140-208 


403,395 


21.1 


130.8 


2 496,152 


22.4 


133.0 


+1.7 


Digestive organs and peritoneum 


150-159 


109,125 


5.7 


33.1 


119,663 


5.4 


30.0 


-9.4 


Respiratory and intrathoracic 


160-165 


103,178 


5.4 


35.2 


142,281 


6.4 


40.3 


+14.5 


Genital organs 


179-187 


45,402 


2.4 


13.6 


54,952 


2.5 


13.1 


-3.7 


Female breast 


174 


34,400 


1.8 


22.3 


42,837 


1.9 


-^ff!9- 


^0.9" 


Diseases of the respiratory system 


460-519 


111,547 


5.8 


30.7 


3 187,008 


8.6 


38.8 


+26.4 


Pneumonia and influenza 


480-487 


45,030 


2.4 


11.2 


76,550 


3.6 


13.7 


+22.3 


Chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases and 


















allied conditions 


490-496 


49,933 


2.6 


14.6 


84,344 


3.8 


19.4 


+32.9 


Supplementary classification of external causes of 


















injury and poisoning 


E800-E999 


158,945 


8.3 


66.4 


4 150,869 


7.0 


55.5 


-16.4 


Cerebrovascular diseases 


430-438 


169,488 


8.9 


41.6 


5 145,551 


6.9 


28.1 


-32.5 


Diseases of the digestive system 


520-579 


72,135 


3.8 


24.4 


6 76,121 


3.5 


19.8 


-18.9 


Chronic liver diseases and cirrhosis 


571 


29,720 


1.6 


12.1 


26,694 


1.2 


8.9 


-26.4 


Endocrine, nutritional, and metabolic diseases, and 


















immunity disorders 


240-279 


43,788 


2.3 


13.0 


7 62,686 


2.5 


15.2 


+16.9 


Diabetes mellitus 


250 


33,192 


1.7 


9.8 


46,833 


1.9 


11.5 


+17.3 


Infective and parasitic diseases 


001-139 


15,360 


0.8 


5.0 


8 52,851 


2.2 


16.3 


+226.0 


Human immunodeficiency virus infection 


042-044 


n.a. 


n.a. 


n.a. 


22,082 


0.8 


8.6 


n.a. 


Diseases of the genitourinary system 


580-629 


27,453 


1.4 


7.2 


9 39,292 


1.9 


7.7 


+6.9 


Diseases of the nervous system and sense organs 


320-389 


20,534 


1.1 


7.2 


10 38,486 


1.7 


9.1 


+26.4 


Certain conditions originating in the perinatal period 


760-779 


23,448 


1.2 


10.5 


11 18,752 


0.8 


7.3 


-30.5 


Congenital anomalies 


740-759 


13,526 


0.7 


6.0 


12 12,897 


0.6 


4.9 


-18.3 


All other diseases 


Residual 


65,428 


3.4 


21.6 


83,514 


4.1 


21.1 


-2.3 



" Ninth Revision International Classification ol Diseases, 1975 (ICD). 
* Age-adjusted death rates per 100,000 population (1940 standard). 



Source: 



Data from NCHS, CDC. HHS, prepared by NHLBI, NIH 

(Continued) 



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Table 47 (Cont.) 



Mortality from Selected Causes, United States, 
1979 and 1989 





Ninth 
ICD code 3 


By gender and race 


Causes of death 


1989 death rates b 


1989 ranks 


Percentage change in 
death rates 1979-1989 
































Males 


Females 


Males 


Females 


Males 


Females 




White 


Black 


White 


Black 


White 


Black 


White 


Black 


White 


Black 


White 


Black 


Total 


644.2 


1,032.2 


374.9 


585.6 






-12.8 


-3.8 


-6.9 


-3.2 


Major cardiovascular diseases (excluding 




























cerebrovascular) 


390-429,439-448 


219.4 


289.6 


113.8 


185.8 


1 


1 


1 


1 


-25.4 


-13.2 


-19.1 


-9.5 


Diseases of the heart 


390-398,402,404-429 


205.9 


272.6 


106.6 


173.0 










-25.6 


-13.2 


-18.8 


-9.4 


Atherosclerosis 


440 


3.4 


3.3 


2.6 


2.9 










-47.7 


-50.7 


-48.0 


-45.3 


Hypertension with or without renal disease 


401,403 


1.7 


6.4 


1.2 


5.1 










-10.5 


+3.2 


-7.7 


- 


Malignant neoplasms 


140-208 


157.2 


230.6 


110.7 


130.9 


2 


2 


2 


2 


-0.9 


+4.0 


+4.7 


+4.6 


Digestive organs and peritoneum 


150-159 


36.5 


59.0 


22.1 


33.3 










-8.8 


-3.0 


-13.3 


-4.9 


Respiratory and intrathoracic 


160-165 


57.4 


84.6 


25.8 


25.4 










+0.7 


+7.5 


+51.8 


+46.0 


Genital organs 


179-187 


14.9 


31.3 


11.7 


16.0 










+8.8 


+10.6 


-11.4 


-17.9 


Female breast 


174 


- 


- 


22.9 


26.0 










- 


- 


+2.2 


+14.5 


Diseases of the respiratory system 


460-519 


51.0 


64.6 


29.5 


31.3 


4 


4 


3 


5 


+12.1 


+18.7 


+56.9 


+44.2 


Pneumonia and influenza 


480-487 


16.9 


27.9 


10.3 


13.8 










+17.4 


+15.3 


+32.1 


+26.6 


Chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases and 




























allied conditions 


490-496 


26.8 


24.9 


15.2 


10.9 










+7.2 


+33.9 


+90.0 


+98.2 


Supplementary classification of external causes of 




























injury and poisoning 


E800-E999 


76.8 


144.7 


26.6 


37.6 


3 


3 


4 


4 


-18.2 


-14.5 


-16.1 


-11.7 


Cerebrovascular diseases 


430-438 


28.0 


54.1 


24.1 


44.9 


5 


6 


5 


3 


-34.7 


-30.6 


-32.9 


-26.3 


Diseases of the digestive system 


520-579 


23.9 


40.8 


13.9 


22.6 


6 


7 


6 


7 


-19.0 


-22.9 


-17.3 


-19.0 


Chronic liver diseases and cirrtiosis 


571 


11.9 


20.5 


5.0 


8.6 










-23.7 


-32.3 


-28.6 


-35.3 


Endocrine, nutritional, and metabolic diseases, and 




























immunity disorders 


240-279 


14.8 


30.2 


12.7 


30.6 


8 


8 


7 


6 


+18.4 


+29.6 


+13.4 


+15.0 


Diabetes mellitus 


250 


11.0 


22.6 


9.6 


24.2 










+18.3 


+32.2 


+15.7 


+15.8 


Infective and parasitic diseases 


001-139 


21.0 


62.6 


6.1 


22.5 


7 


5 


9 


8 


+303.8 


+323.0 


+79.4 


+134.4 


Human immunodeficiency virus infection 


042-044 


13.1 


40.3 


0.9 


8.1 










n.a. 


n.a. 


n.a. 


n.a. 


Diseases of the genitourinary system 


580-629 


7.9 


22.6 


5.6 


16.7 


10 


9 


10 


9 


-3.7 


+12.4 


+12.0 


+21.9 


Diseases of the nervous system and sense organs 


320-389 


10.8 


12.8 


7.5 


8.6 


9 


11 


8 


11 


+36.7 


+0.8 


+29.3 


+16.2 


Certain conditions originating in the perinatal period 


760-779 


6.1 


18.7 


4.9 


15.9 


11 


10 


11 


10 


-37.8 


-18.0 


-34.7 


-15.9 


Congenital anomalies 


740-759 


5.1 


6.2 


4.5 


5.5 


12 


12 


12 


12 


-20.3 


-10.1 


-16.7 


-11.3 


All other diseases 


Residual 


22.2 


54.7 


15.0 


32.7 










-6.3 


-13.2 


+2.0 


-16.4 



See footnotes on first page of table. 



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Table 48 



Morbidity from Selected Acute Conditions, United States, 3 1991 








Total 

Incidence 

(thousands) 


Age-adjusted rates' 5 


Condition 


Cases per 100 persons per year 


Days per 100 


persons per year 




Male Female White Black 


Restricted 
activity 


Bed 
disability 


Total 


476,954 


177.4 208.1 204.5 149.3 


729.8 


314.6 


Infective and parasitic diseases 


46,104 


17.7 20.3 20.2 15.0 


64.4 


28.7 


Common childhood diseases 


4,520 


2.1 1.7 1.9 1.9 = 


11.6 


4.1 


Intestinal virus, unspecified 


10,010 


3.8 4.4 4.3 4.4 


10.1 


5.5 


Viral infections, unspecified 


15,294 


5.4 7.0 6.6 5.1 


20.7 


10.0 


Other 


16,281 


6.4 7.1 7.4 3.6 


21.9 


9.1 


Respiratory conditions 


250,214 


93.2 109.7 107.8 72.7 


342.6 


168.2 


Common cold 


71,235 


27.8 29.9 29.4 24.2 


71.3 


25.4 


Other acute upper respiratory infections 


29,221 


10.5 13.3 13.1 7.3 


31.6 


13.1 


Influenza 


129,583 


48.1 56.9 56.5 35.0 


186.1 


101.8 


Bronchitis 


11,161 


3.7 5.3 5.0 2.7 


22.5 


9.5 


Pneumonia 


4,146 


1.4 1.8 1.7 1.6° 


22.0 


13.4 


Other respiratory conditions 


4,868 


1.6 2.3 2.1 1.9 C 


9.1 


5.0 


Digestive system conditions 


16,451 


5.8 7.5 6.7 7.4 


26.5 


13.4 


Dental conditions 


3,447 


1.4 1.4 1.4 1.7" 


5.5 


2.6 


Indigestion, nausea, and vomiting 


7,135 


2.4 3.5 2.9 4.2 


5.5 


3.0 


Other digestive conditions 


5,869 


2.1 2.6 2.5 1.6° 


15.5 


7.8 



a National estimates based on household interviews of the civilian noninstitutionalized population. Excludes conditions requiring neither medical attention nor any restriction of activity. 
6 Age-adjusted incidence and disability rates per 100 persons per year (standard is 1980 civilian noninstitutionalized population of the United States). 
c Estimate has a relative standard error greater than 30 percent and is therefore considered unreliable. 

Source: Derived from published data from NCHS, CDC, HHS 

(Continued) 



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Table 48 (Cont.) 



Morbidity from Selected Acute Conditions, United States, 3 1991 










Total 

Incidence 

(thousands) 


Age-adjusted 


rates' 1 






Condition 


Cases per 100 persons per year 


Days per 100 


persons per year 




Male Female White 


Black 


Restricted 
activity 


Bed 
disability 


Injuries 


59,717 


26.7 21.6 25.0 


21.0 


133.3 


38.8 


Fractures and dislocations 


7,505 


3.3 2.8 3.3 


1.7 


38.6 


10.5 


Sprains and strains 


13,470 


6.1 4.7 5.3 


5.7 C 


36.1 


7.9 


Open wounds and lacerations 


11,799 


6.3 3.3 5.1 


3.8 


11.3 


3.8 


Contusions and superficial injuries 


11,717 


4.9 4.6 5.0 


3.2 


18.2 


5.3 


Other current injuries 


15,225 


6.1 6.1 6.3 


6.6 


29.2 


11.3 


Selected other conditions 


74,928 


24.5 35.2 32.5 


22.0 


113.7 


44.8 


Eye conditions 


2,881 


1.0 1.3 1.3 


0.4 c 


1.9 C 


0.2 C 


Ear infections 


25,577 


10.3 10.2 12.0 


5.5 


23.7 


9.3 


Other ear conditions 


4,341 


2.0 1.5 2.0 


0.9 C 


1.9* 


1.0 C 


Urinary conditions 


8,606 


1.2 5.4 3.5 


2.8 


9.5 


4.6 


Disorders of menstruation 


1,392 


1.1 0.5 


0.8 C 


1.6 C 


0.9 C 


Other disorders of female genital tract 


2,797 


2.1 1.2 


0.8 C 


4.8 


1.3" 


Delivery and other conditions of pregnancy and puerperium 


3,949 


3.0 1.5 


1.4 C 


25.1 


9.8 


Skin conditions 


4,781 


1.9 2.0 2.1 


1.6 C 


5.5 


3.3 


Musculoskeletal conditions 


9,986 


3.6 4.2 3.9 


4.1 


26.5 


7.7 


Headache, excluding migraine 


3,286 


1.2 1.5 1.3 


1.9° 


5.2 


1.9 C 


Fever, unspecified 


7,332 


3.3 2.7 3.4 


1.6 C 


7.9 


4.8 


All other conditions 


29,539 


9.5 13.9 12.2 


11.3 


49.3 


20.5 



See footnotes on first page of table. 



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Table 49 



Morbidity from Selected Chronic Conditions, 
United States, 3 1991 



Condition 


Number of cases 
(thousands) 


Age-adjusted prevalence rates b 


Male 


Female 


White 


Black 


Selected conditions of the genitourinary, 












nervous, endocrine, metabolic, and blood 












and blood-forming systems 












Goiter or other disorders of the thyroid 


3,672 


3.5 


24.3 


15.5 


7.4 


Diabetes 


7,222 


27.2 


29.3 


26.5 


44.8 


Anemias 


3,549 


4.8 


23.1 


13.1 


22.0 


Epilepsy 


1,431 


6.4 


5.1 


5.7 


7.6 


Migraine headache 


9,539 


22.8 


53.8 


40.8 


24.3 


Neuralgia or neuritis, unspecified 


441 


1.3° 


2.0 


1.7 


0.5 C 


Kidney trouble 


3,147 


9.5 


15.3 


12.6 


11.9 


Bladder disorders 


3,770 


4.9 


24.1 


15.5 


13.4 


Diseases of the prostate 


1,792 


15.5 


- 


7.1 


5.3 C 


Diseases of the female genital organs 


4,852 


- 


38.6 


20.6 


15.9 


Selected circulatory conditions 












Rheumatic fever with or without heart 












disease 


2,195 


4.7 


12.7 


9.0 


8.2 


Heart disease 


20,537 


80.1 


80.6 


82.0 


76.4 


Ischemic heart disease 


7,372 


38.1 


20.3 


29.7 


20.2 


Heart rhythm disorders 


8,333 


24.5 


40.4 


33.4 


33.8 


Tachycardia or rapid heart 


2,097 


5.2 


10.8 


8.3 


8.4 


Heart murmurs 


4,516 - 


13.6 


22.4 


18.3 


19.8 


Other and unspecified heart 












rhythm disorders 


1,718 


5.7 


7.2 


6.8 


5.6 C 


Other selected diseases of heart 












(excludes hypertension) 


4,832 


17.5 


19.9 


18.9 


22.5 


High blood pressure (hypertension) 


27,800 


102.6 


113.8 


104.2 


158.9 


Cerebrovascular disease 


2,856 


10.7 


11.1 


10.6 


15.1 


Hardening of the arteries 


1,876 


7.6 


6.7 


7.5 


5.2 C 


Varicose veins of lower extremities 


7,939 


12.8 


48.4 


34.0 


17.0 


Hemorrhoids 


9,296 


33.9 


40.2 


39.5 


25.6 



3 National estimates based on household interviews of the civilian noninstitutionalized population. Excludes cancer and mental illness. 
6 Age-adjusted prevalence rates per 1, 000 persons (standard is 1980 civilian noninstitutionalized population ot the United States). 
c Estimate has a relative standard error of greater than 30 percent and is therefore considered unreliable. 



Source: Derived from published data from NCHS, CDC. HHS 

(Continued) 



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Table 49 (Cont.) 



Morbidity from Selected Chronic Conditions, 
United States, 3 1991 



Condition 


Number of cases 


Age-adjusted prevalence rales' 1 


(thousands) 


Male 


Female 


White 


Black 


Selected respiratory conditions 












Chronic bronchitis 


12,549 


42.8 


57.9 


53.0 


40.9 


Asthma 


11,735 


47.1 


47.2 


46.6 


54.6 


Hay fever or allergic rhinitis without 












asthma 


24,248 


94.1 


101.6 


103.0 


66.1 


Chronic sinusitis 


32,168 


110.1 


147.6 


134.1 


123.2 


Deviated nasal septum 


1,514 


7.7 


4.6 


6.8 


1.6 C 


Chronic disease of tonsils or adenoids 


2,764 


9.8 


12.4 


12.3 


7.3 


Emphysema 


1,646 


9.2 


4.1 


6.8 


3.3 C 


Selected skin and musculoskeletal 












conditions 












Arthritis 


31,150 


97.7 


141.1 


122.8 


120.4 


Gout, including gouty arthritis 


2,139 


11.9 


5.4 


8.2 


12.9 


Intervertebral disc disorders 


4,973 


23.3 


17.0 


21.7 


12.3 


Bone spur or tendinitis, unspecified 


2,460 


8.6 


10.9 


10.9 


2.8 C 


Disorders of bone or cartilage 


1,663 


4.4 


8.2 


7.1 


3.1 c 


Trouble with bunions 


2,674 


3.2 


17.1 


10.8 


9.3 


Bursitis, unclassified 


4,492 


15.7 


20.2 


19.0 


14.1 


Sebaceous skin cyst 


1,159 


4.8 


4.6 


5.1 


2.8 C 


Trouble with acne 


5,068 


18.3 


22.8 


21.2 


13.1 


Psoriasis 


2,334 


10.2 


8.6 


10.2 


3.3 C 


Dermatitis 


8,974 


28.1 


44.0 


36.7 


27.2 


Trouble with dry (itching) skin, 












unclassified 


4,930 


18.4 


21.1 


19.5 


20.7 


Trouble with ingrown nails 


5,908 


22.0 


24.5 


24.4 


21.8 


Trouble with corns and calluses 


4,819 


13.6 


23.7 


17.9 


28.2 



See footnotes on first page of table. 



(Continued) 



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Table 49 (Cont.) 



Morbidity from Selected Chronic Conditions, 
United States, 8 1991 



Condition 


Number of cases 
(thousands) 


Age-adjusted prevalence rates 6 


Male 


Female 


White 


Black 


Impairments 












Visual impairment 


7,989 


41.5 


22.4 


32.1 


33.6 


Color blindness 


2,450 


18.0 


2.3 


10.8 


5.6 


Cataracts 


6,587 


19.5 


28.4 


24.9 


23.8 


Glaucoma 


2,580 


9.5 


9.8 


9.5 


14.5 


Hearing impairment 


22,680 


106.0 


73.0 


92.3 


60.6 


Tinnitus 


6,490 


29.0 


22.7 


25.7 


24.2 


Speech impairment 


2,789 


14.6 


7.9 


10.3 


18.5 


Absence of extremities (excludes tips of 
fingers or toes only) 


1,472 


10.2 


2.1 


5.9 


5.2 C 


Paralysis of extremities, complete 
or partial 


1,256 


5.8 


4.1 


4.9 


6.1 


Deformity or orthopedic impairment 


28,725 


115.0 


114.6 


120.6 


90.4 


Back 


17,697 


68.9 


73.0 


76.1 


41.2 


Upper extremities 


3,459 


16.2 


11.6 


14.0 


15.2 


Lower extremities 


10,882 


44.2 


42.3 


44.2 


47.1 


Selected digestive conditions 












Ulcer 


3,721 


15.4 


14.5 


15.2 


15.3 


Hernia of abdominal cavity 


4,888 


19.5 


18.9 


20.6 


10.6 


Gastritis or duodenitis 


2,937 


8.8 


14.4 


12.0 


10.6 


Frequent indigestion 


5,722 


24.5 


21.3 


23.7 


22.7 


Enteritis or colitis 


2,217 


6.6 


10.6 


9.6 


2.3 C 


Spastic colon 


1,702 


2.5 


11.0 


7.8 


2.0 C 


Diverticula of intestines 


1,841 


5.5 


8.4 


7.6 


3.3 C 


Frequent constipation 


4,609 


10.7 


24.6 


17.8 


22.4 



See footnotes on first page of table. 



Table 50 

Numbers of Newly Reported Cases of AIDS and Numbers of Deaths of Adults 
and Adolescents, United States, by Exposure Category, 1 983-1 992 a 



Exposure category 


1983 


1984 


1985 


1986 1987 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 a 


NEW CASES 


Total 


2,066 


4,462 


8,179 


13,077 20,952 


31,403 


34,477 


42,596 


44,832 


46,335 



Male homosexual/bisexual 



contact 


1,288 


2,890 


5,469 


8,579 


13,590 


18,064 


19,926 


24,148 


24,216 


23,936 


Intravenous (IV) drug use 
(female and heterosexual male) 


373 


799 


1,425 


2,297 


3,650 


7,663 


8,110 


10,215 


11,314 


11,425 


Male homosexual/bisexual 






















contact & IV drug use 


205 


422 


613 


1,002 


1,574 


2,216 


2,292 


2,524 


2,551 


2,429 


Heterosexual contact 


111 


172 


289 


564 


916 


1,640 


2,028 


2,851 


3,512 


4,114 


Hemophilia/coagulation 
disorder 


11 


39 


74 


123 


207 


299 


292 


342 


316 


316 


Receipt of blood transfusion, 
blood components, or tissue 


26 


49 


171 


300 


626 


839 


758 


839 


695 


673 


Undetermined 


52 


91 


138 


212 


389 


682 


1,071 


1,677 


2,228 


3,442 



Total 



1,458 



3,372 



Receipt of blood transfusion, 
blood components, or tissue 21 

Undetermined 40 



67 

79 



6,706 



Male homosexual/bisexual 
contact 


862 


2,074 


4,272 


Intravenous (IV) drug use 
(female and heterosexual male) 


291 


665 


1,269 


Male homosexual/bisexual 
contact & IV drug use 


141 


331 


520 


Heterosexual contact 


94 


129 


248 


Hemophilia/coagulation 
disorder 


9 


27 


77 



196 
124 



DEATHS 



11,649 



15,568 



20,043 



26,763 



28,683 



3 Due to lag time in reporting, 1992 numbers ol deaths are substantially incomplete. 



108 

374 
259 



159 

554 

395 



195 

635 
557 



224 

639 

909 



252 

582 

1.092 



31,381 



232 

548 

1,293 



23,176 



7,389 


9,196 


11,577 


15,560 


16.560 


18,077 


13,533 


2,191 


3,396 


4,768 


6,384 


6,739 


7,328 


4,968 


887 


1,185 


1,336 


1,629 


1,720 


1,785 


1,313 


441 


683 


975 


1,418 


1,738 


2.118 


1.725 



170 

351 
1,116 



Source: Centers tor Disease Control and Prevention 



94 



Figure 50. 1 



Numbers of Newly Reported Cases of AIDS and Numbers of Deaths of Adults and Adolescents, 
United States, by Exposure Category, 1 983-1 992 a 



25,000 


. 




Male Homosexual/Bisexual Contact / 


20,000 


^/ 


15,000 


Number of new cases • -.«■•"* 

\ / s 




\ / ' 




\ / ' 




\ / ' 




\ / s \ 




/ *S A 


10,000 


>' ^ 




S+ Number of deaths 


5,000 


st' 




^ + 




<s~* 




.^r^+ 




^^^+ 




*&* 





i i i i i i i t i i 



Intravenous Drug Use 
(male and female) 




- 25,000 



20.000 



- 15,000 



10,000 



- 5,000 



1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 



10,000 


Heterosexual Contact 


" 


5,000 




i i i i 





I i I I I i 



Hemophilia/Coagulation Disorder or Receipt of 
Blood Transfusion, Blood Components, or Tissue 



j i i i i i i i i_ 



10.000 



5.000 



1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 



' Due to lag time in reporting, t992 numbers ot deaths are substantially incomplete. 



Source: Centers lor Disease Control and Prevention 



95 



Table 51 



Numbers of Newly Reported Cases of Pediatric AIDS and Numbers of Deaths 
of Children Under 13, United States, by Exposure Category, 1983-1 992 a 





Exposure category 


1983 


1984 


1985 1986 


1987 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 a 


NEW CASES 


Total 




33 


50 


132 197 


335 


596 


642 


788 


692 


771 



Mother with/at risk for HIV infection 

Hemophilia/coagulation disorder 

Receipt of blood transfusion, blood components, or tissue 

Undetermined 



25 


42 


105 


159 


265 


481 


567 


702 


614 


697 


1 


2 


7 


11 


21 


41 


26 


32 


25 


21 


5 


5 


20 


25 


49 


65 


39 


38 


39 


19 


2 


1 


- 


2 


- 


9 


10 


16 


14 


34 









DEATHS 
















Total 


29 


48 


114 


156 


286 


307 


353 


377 


334 


235 


Mother with/at risk for HIV infection 

Hemophilia/coagulation disorder 

Receipt of blood transfusion, blood components, or tissue 

Undetermined 


24 

1 
4 


37 
2 
7 
2 


86 
5 

22 
1 


123 

11 

21 

1 


229 

16 

39 

2 


264 

13 

24 

6 


306 

19 

22 

6 


330 
12 
21 
14 


287 

15 

28 

4 


209 
11 
11 
4 



Figure 51.1 



Numbers of Newly Reported Cases of Pediatric AIDS and Numbers of Deaths of Children Under 13, 
United States, by Exposure Category, 1983-1992 3 



800 




- 




Mother With/At Risk for HIV Infection 


600 




/ ^^ - 


400 


Number of new case 

V 




200 




< ■ - 

Number of deaths 





.iii. j — 


J I I 1 l 



1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 



" Due to lag time in reporting, 1992 deaths are substantially incomplete. 



Hemophilia/Coagulation Disorder or Receipt of 
Blood Transfusion, Blood Components, or Tissue 



800 



600 



400 



200 



1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 



Source: Centers lor Disease Control and Prevention 



96 



Technical Notes 



The NIH Data Book (Basic Data Relating to the National Institutes of 
Health) has been published annually since 1961. The book is prepared within 
the Office of Strategic Planning and Evaluation, Office of Science Policy and 
Technology Transfer, Office of the Director. Additional copies of the current 
issue are available at NIH Information offices. 

Rounding error: Detail may not add to totals because of rounding and, 
where noted, because of data included in totals only. 

Revisions: Historical data are often revised. 

Supplemental awards: Unless noted, supplemental awards are only 
counted when the parent award is from prior years' funds, and such supple- 
ments, if multiple, are counted as one. 

Research training: Training totals, which include all NIH components, 
are greater than NIH National Research Service Award (NRSA) totals, as the 
National Library of Medicine does not use the NRSA to support training. 

Sources of the data: Data are derived from NIH records and studies 
unless otherwise noted. OSPE develops the data on national and Federal 
support for health R&D from annual surveys and other sources. Sources of 
other information are: 

• NIH awards and number of appointments in NIH training programs- 
Information Systems Branch, DRG; 

• NIH obligations, appropriations, and number of full-time-equivalent 
training positions— Division of Financial Management, OD OA; 

• NIH obligations for international programs— Fogarty International 
Center; 



• CRADAs, patents, and licenses— NIH Office of Technology Transfer, 
OSPTT; 

• NIH personnel— Division of Personnel Management, OD OA; 

• Prevention— NIH Division of Disease Prevention; 

• Nutrition— NiH Division of Nutrition Research Coordination; 

• AIDS: numbers of U.S. AIDS cases and numbers of deaths— Centers 
for Disease Control and Prevention; and 

• Morbidity and mortality statistics— NCHS, with adjustments by NIH. 

New NIH components: 

• The Health Research Extension Act of 1985 (P.L. 99-158) created a 
new National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Dis- 
eases (NIAMS), which was formally established on April 8, 1986. P.L. 
99-158 designated the remaining components of the former National 
Institute of Arthritis, Diabetes, and Digestive and Kidney Diseases 
(NIADDK) as the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and 
Kidney Diseases (NIDDK). The new institutes are shown in obliga- 
tions tables starting with FY 1986. In trend tables of awards, NIAMS 
and NIDDK have been projected back to the beginning of the trend 
period based on the NIADDK programs that were allocated to each 
new institute. 

• P.L. 99-158 also created another new NIH component, at first called 
the National Center for Nursing Research (NCNR). It appears in 
trend tables starting in FY 1986 as well. In June of 1993, NCNR was 
reorganized and renamed the National Institute of Nursing Re- 
search (NINR). 



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97 



Technical Notes (Cont.) 



The National Institute on Deafness and other Communication Disor- 
ders (NIDCD) was created by P.L 100-553, which was signed into 
law on October 28, 1988. At that time, the former National Institute of 
Neurological and Communicative Disorders and Stroke (NINCDS) be- 
came the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke 
(NINDS). NIDCD and NINDS appear in obligations and appropriations 
tables starting in FY 1989. In trend tables of awards, NINDS has 
been projected back to the beginning of the trend period. 

The National Center for Human Genome Research (NCHGR) and the 
National Center for Research Resources (NCRR) were administra- 
tively established in FY 1990. NCRR replaces the old Division of 
Research Resources (DRR) and Division of Research Services 
(DRS). 



The ADAMHA Reorganization Act of 1992 (P.L. 102-321) resulted in 
the reorganization of the Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health 
Administration into the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services 
Administration (SAMHSA) and the transfer of its three research in- 
stitutes into NIH. The bill was passed in July 1992 and took effect in 
November. The three institutes transferred are the National Institute 
on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), the National Institute on 
Drug Abuse (NIDA), and the National Institute of Mental Health 
(NIMH). They appear in trend tables as part of NIH beginning in 
FY 1993, but wherever possible, data have been shown for them in 
earlier years as well, so that consistent series are available. 



Patricia E. McKinley, Ph.D., Editor 
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98 



Definitions 



Appropriations— represent an authorization by an act of Congress that per- 
mits Federal agencies to incur obligations and to make payments out of the 
Treasury for specified purposes. An appropriation usually follows enactment 
of authorizing legislation. Appropriations do not represent cash actually set 
aside in the Treasury for purposes specified in the appropriation act; they 
represent limitations of amounts that agencies may obligate during the period 
of time specified in the respective appropriation acts. 

Awards— include R&D grants, contracts, and cooperative agreements, re- 
search training grants and fellowships, construction grants, medical library 
resource grants, and international training grants in epidemiology. See also 
"Extramural Obligations vs. Awards Reporting." 

Biotechnology— 1985 definition— any technique that uses living organisms 
(or parts of organisms) to make or modify products, to improve plants or 
animals, or to develop microorganisms for specific uses. It includes research 
involving genetic manipulation, cloning of DNA, use of special techniques to 
isolate and detect DNA, creation of hybridomas and production of monoclonal 
antibodies, and computer methods used to analyze DNA and protein sequen- 
ces. It also includes broad-ranging research in genetics, molecular biology, 
cell biology, and immunology which underlies new biotechnology. 

Biotechnology— 1991 definition developed by the OSTP Federal Coordinat- 
ing Council for Science, Engineering and Technology (FCCSET) Committee 
on Life Sciences and Health— Biotechnology is broadly defined to include any 
technique that uses living organisms (or parts of organisms) to make or 
modify products, to improve plants or animals, or to develop microorganisms 
for specific use. The development of materials that mimic molecular struc- 
tures or functions of living systems is included. These data are limited to 
research directed toward biotechnology, and further to "new biotechnology," 



i.e., involving recombinant DNA, DNA transfer techniques, macromolecular 
structure, cell fusion, bioprocessing, etc. 

Cooperative R&D Agreement— an agreement between a Federal laboratory 
and one or more collaborators (usually private corporations, but may also be 
State and local governments and nonprofit institutions), who for a designated 
period of time provide personnel, services, intellectual property, or informa- 
tion toward a joint research project. As an incentive for participation, the 
collaborating party may be granted, in advance, an exclusive right to license 
any resulting invention. The purpose of the CRADA is to make Federal 
facilities, scientific know-how, and existing intellectual property available for 
collaborative interactions with industry scientists, and for development of 
scientific and technological knowledge into useful, marketable products. 

Extramural Obligations vs. Awards Reporting— differences between NIH 
extramural "obligations" and "awards" are caused by differences in the treat- 
ment of certain items (cancer control, scientific evaluation, administering vs. 
funding ICD, etc.) in the accounting methods used. In obligations tables, 
cancer control is separately identified; in awards tables, it is integrated within 
various mechanisms. This category accounts for the largest dollar difference 
between the two. Obligations tables include scientific evaluation grants/ 
agreements, while awards tables do not. In obligations tables, ICD data are 
shown under the ICD which received the appropriation; in awards tables, the 
data are presented under the ICD with the administering responsibility. In 
obligations tables, FIC international fellowships are classified as research; in 
awards tables, they are included under training. Obligations tables include 
NIH interagency agreements (amounts appropriated to NIH but transferred to 
other Federal agencies for administration), and exclude funds appropriated to 
other agencies and transferred to NIH for administration. Conversely, awards 
tables include funds appropriated to other agencies but transferred to and 
administered by NIH, and exclude NIH interagency agreements. 



(Continued) 



Definitions (Cont.) 



Health R&D— denotes biomedical, health services and other health-related 
R&D projects, resources, and general support, but no training or construc- 
tion. In health R&D series (Tables 1-4), the NIH component contains certain 
items not classified as research in obligaiions tables, such as cancer control, 
portions of NLM and NIH direct operations, and foreign currency funds not 
directly appropriated to NIH. 

Obligations— represent amounts of orders placed, grants, contracts, and 
cooperative agreements awarded, services received, and similar transactions 
during a given period that will require payments during the same or a future 
period; unless otherwise specified, includes both intramural and extramural 
activities. 



Research Grants— include research project grants, center grants, and "other 
research" grants. See Table 32 for classifications. Note that cooperative 
agreements (U awards) are included under all three of these categories, and 
that RCPAs (K awards) are included under "other research." Where NIH has 
been legislatively mandated to support a required number of "research 
grants," this refers to the total of new, competing continuation, and competing 
supplemental research project grants. 

Research Management and Support— includes management of extramural 
programs, ODs of ICDs, and some management costs applicable to overall 
operations. 



Prevention— includes both prevention research and prevention-relevant re- 
search. The former is research directly applicable to interventions to prevent 
disease or to halt the progression of detectable but asymptomatic disease. 
The latter is research to understand the chain of causation of acute and 
chronic diseases, and therefore includes relevant basic research efforts. 



Scientific Evaluation Grants/Agreements— are grants and cooperative 
agreements to chairmen of initial review groups, program project committees, 
training committees, and other review groups to provide funds for the opera- 
tion of the group. These awards are included in obligations tables, but are 
excluded from awards tables. 



R&D Contracts— include both intramural and extramural "N01" contracts and 
SBIR contracts. For NLM, not all contracts support activities that are strictly 
research. 



Success Rates— number of competing project grants awarded as a per- 
centage of the sum of the number of applications reviewed and the number of 
funded carryovers. 



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NIH Activity Codes Used in Extramural Programs 3 



Code 



Code 



C 06 Research Facilities Construction Grant 



Hazardous Waste Worker Health and Safety Training Grant (NIEHS) 
International Training Grant in Epidemiology (FIC) 

International Fellowship (FIC) 

Senior International Fellowship (FIC) 

NIH-French Program for Scientific Collaboration Appointment (FIC) 

Fogarty Scholars-in-Residence Program Appointment (FIC) 

Foreign Funded Fellowship (FIC) 

Predoctoral Individual National Research Service Award for MD/PhD 

Predoctoral Individual National Research Service Award 

Postdoctoral Individual National Research Service Award 

National Research Service Award for Senior Fellows 

MARC (NRSA) Faculty Fellowship 

Intramural NRSA Individual Postdoctoral Program Appointment 

MARC Visiting Scientists Fellowship (NIGMS) 

Postdoctoral Medical Informatics Fellowship (NLM) 

Senior Medical Informatics Fellowship (NLM) 

Resources Improvement Grant (NLM) 
Resources Project Grant (NLM) 
Research Centers in Minority Institutions Award (NCRR) 
Grant for Repair, Renovation, and Modernization of Existing 
Research Facilities (NCRR) 



K 01 Research Scientist Development Award— Research and Training 
K 02 Research Scientist Development Award— Research 



D 


42 


D 


43 


F 


05 


F 


06 


F 


07 


F 


15 


F 


20 


F 


30 


F 


31 


F 


32 


F 


33 


F 


34 


F 


35 


F 


36 


F 


37 


F 


38 


G 


07 


G 


08 


G 


12 


G 


20 



K 


04 


K 


05 


K 


06 


K 


07 


K 


08 


K 


10 


K 


11 


K 


12 


K 


14 


K 


15 


K 


16 


K 


20 



K 21 



Modified Research Career Development Award 
Research Scientist Award 
Research Career Award 
Academic/Teacher Award 
Clinical Invesiigator Award 
Special Scientific Project Award (NLM) 
Physician Scientist Award (Individual) 
Physician Scientist Award (Program) 
Minority School Faculty Development Award 
Dentist Scientist Award (Individual) 
Dentist Scientist Award (Program) 
Scientist Development Award for Clinicians 
Scientist Development Award 



M 01 General Clinical Research Center Award (NCRR) 



Research and Development Contract 

Small Business Innovation Research— Phase I (Contract) 

Small Business Innovation Research— Phase II (Contract) 

Research Program Project Award 

Exploratory Grant 

Center Core Grant 

Animal and Biological Materials Resource Grant (NCRR) 

Biotechnology Resource Grant 

Hazardous Substances Basic Research Grant (NIEHS) 

Specialized Center Award 

Primate Research Center Grant (NCRR) 



N 


01 


N 


43 


N 


44 


P 


01 


P 


20 


P 


30 


P 


40 


P 


41 


P 


42 


P 


50 


P 


51 



1 Represents NIH activity codes of the NIH IMPAC System (Information for Management, Planning, Analysis, and Coordination). Some activity codes are specific to only one ICD. 

Source: Information Systems Branch, ORG 



101 



NIH Activity Codes Used in Extramural Programs 3 (Cont.) 



Code 



Code 



P 60 Comprehensive Center Award 



Research Project Award (Traditional) 

Small Research Grant 

Cooperative Clinical Research Grant 

Conference Award (Traditional) 

Academic Research Enhancement Award 

Research Demonstration and Dissemination Project Award 

Exploratory/Developmental Grant 

U.S.-Japan Cooperative Medical Science Program Award 

New Investigator Research Award 

Resource-Related Research Project Grant 

Education Project Award 

National Organ Systems Project Award (NCI) 

First Independent Research Support and Transition (FIRST) Award 

Outstanding Investigator Grant 

Method to Extend Research in Time (MERIT) Award 

Small Business Innovation Research Grant (SBIR)— Phase I 

Small Business Innovation Research Grant (SBIR)— Phase II 

Shannon Director's Award 

Minority High School Student Research Apprentice Program 

Award (NCRR) 
Minority Biomedical Research Support Award 
Biomedical Research Support Grant (NCRR) 
Biomedical Research Support Shared Instrumentation Grant (NCRR) 
Minority Biomedical Research Support Thematic Project Grant Code 



R 


01 


R 


03 


R 


10 


R 


13 


R 


15 


R 


18 


R 


21 


R 


22 


R 


23 


R 


24 


R 


25 


R 


26 


R 


29 


R 


35 


R 


37 


R 


43 


R 


44 



R 55 



S 03 



S 14 Minority Biomedical Research Support Grant for Undergraduate 

Colleges 
S 15 Small Instrumentation Grant 

Conference Award 

Continuing Education Training Program Award 

Institutional Research Fellowship 

Institutional National Research Service Award 

MARC Undergraduate NRSA Institutional Grant 

NRSA Short-Term Research Training Award 

MARC Visiting Professors for Minority Institutions Grant 

Research Project Cooperative Agreement 
Scientific Review and Evaluation Cooperative Agreement 
Cooperative Clinical Research Cooperative Agreement 
Research Demonstration Cooperative Agreement 
Resource-Related Research Project Cooperative Agreement (NCRR) 
Organ Systems Coordinating Center Cooperative Agreement (NCI) 
Animal Resource Cooperative Agreement (NCRR) 
Biotechnology Resource Cooperative Agreement (NCRR) 
Animal and Biological Materials Resource Cooperative Agreement 
(NCRR) (replaces U 40) 
U 45 Hazardous Waste Worker Health and Safety Training Cooperative 

Agreement (NIEHS) (replaces D 42) 
U 50 Specialized Center Cooperative Agreement 
U 54 Specialized Center Cooperative Agreement (replaces U 50) 



T 


14 


T 


15 


T 


22 


T 


32 


T 


34 


T 


35 


T 


36 


U 


01 


u 


09 


u 


10 


U 


18 


U 


24 


u 


26 


u 


40 


u 


41 


u 


42 



See footnote on previous page. 



102 



Abbreviations 



A & S— Arts and Sciences 

ADAMHA— Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration 3 

AHCPR— Agency for Health Care Policy and Research 

AID— Agency for International Development 

AIDS— Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome 

BRD— Biomedical Research Development grants 

BRDPI— Biomedical R&D Price Index 

BRS— Biomedical Research Support grants 

CC— Clinical Center 

CDC— Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 

CRADAs— Cooperative R&D Agreements 

DCRT— Division of Computer Research & Technology 

DRG— Division of Research Grants 

DRR— Division of Research Resources 3 

DRS— Division of Research Services 3 

FCCSET— Federal Coordinating Council for Science, Engineering and 
Technology, OSTP 

FDA— Food and Drug Administration 

FFRDC— Federally Funded R&D Center 

FIC— John E. Fogarty International Center for Advanced Study in 
the Health Sciences 

FTE— Full-Time Equivalent (personnel) 



FTTP— Full-Time-Equivalent Training Positions (research training) 

FY— Fiscal Year: October 1-September 30 

GNP— Gross National Product 

GRS— General Research Support grants 

HCFA— Health Care Financing Administration 

HHMI— Howard Hughes Medical Institute 

HHS— Department of Health and Human Services 

HIV— Human Immunodeficiency Virus 

HRSA— Health Resources and Services Administration 

ICO— International Classification of Diseases 

ICDs— Institutes, Centers, and Divisions 

IHS— Indian Health Service 

IMPAC— Information for Management, Planning, Analysis, and Coordination 

MARC— Minority Access to Research Careers 

MBS— Minority Biomedical Support grants 

MSTP— Medical Scientist Training Program 

n.a— not available 

NCHGR— National Center for Human Genome Research 

NCHS— National Center for Health Statistics 

NCI— National Cancer Institute 

NCNR— National Center for Nursing Research 3 



1 No longer exists due to reorganization. 



(Continued) 



103 



Abbreviations (Cont; 



NCRR— National Center for Research Resources 

NEI— National Eye Institute 

NHLBI— National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute 

NIA— National Institute on Aging 

NIAAA— National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism 

NIADDK— National Institute of Arthritis, Diabetes, and Digestive and 
Kidney Diseases 3 

NIAID— National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases 

NIAMS— NationaUnstitute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases 

NICHD— National Institute of Child Health and Human Development 

NIDA— National Institute on Drug Abuse 

NIDCD— National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders 

NIDDK— National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases 

NIDR— National Institute of Dental Research 

NIEHS— National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences 

NIGMS— National Institute of General Medical Sciences 

NIH— National Institutes of Health 

NIMH— National Institute of Mental Health 

NINCDS— National Institute of Neurological and Communicative 
Disorders and Stroke 3 

NINDS— National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke 



NINR— National Institute of Nursing Research 

NLM— National Library of Medicine 

NRSAs— National Research Service Awards 

NSF— National Science Foundation 

OA— Office of Administration, NIH 

OD-Office of the Director, NIH or ICD 

OMB— Office of Management and Budget (White House) 

ORS— Office of Research Services, NIH 

OSPE— Office of Strategic Planning and Evaluation, OSPTT 
(formerly Division of Planning and Evaluation, OSPL) 

OSPTT— Office of Science Policy and Technology Transfer 
(formerly Office of Science Policy and Legislation), NIH 

OSTP— Office of Science and Technology Policy of the Executive Office 
of the President 

PHS-Public Health Service 

R&D— Research and Development 

RCMIs— Research Centers in Minority Institutions awards 

RCPAs— Research Career Program Awards 

SAMHSA— Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration 

SBIR— Small Business Innovation Research 



See footnote on first page of table. 



104 



Index 



Pages 

Abbreviations 102-103 

Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. See AIDS 

Activity codes 100-101 

Acute conditions, morbidity from 88-89 

ADAMHA, former components, NIH appropriations 10 

Adults and adolescents, AIDS cases and deaths 93, 94 

Advanced materials research, NIH obligations 22 

AIDS 

adult and adolescent cases and deaths 93, 94 

cases and deaths reported in the United States, by exposure category, 1983-1992 . . 93-95 

obligations by NIH and other PHS components, 1983-1993 26-27 

obligations by NIH component and functional category, 1993 28 

pediatric cases and deaths 95 

pediatric, NIH obligations 21 

Alzheimer's disease, NIH obligations 21 

Applications for competing research projects, 1983-1992 70 

Appropriations, by NIH component, 1983-1993 10-11 

Arthritis and related musculoskeletal disorders, NIH obligations 21 

Award rates. No longer reported. See Success rates 

Awards. See also Construction grants; Contracts; Research grants; Research training 

average size, by kind of award, 1983-1992 46-47 

average size, by kind of award and NIH component, 1983 and 1992 48-51 

by funding mechanism, 1983-1992 31 

by kind of performing institution and funding mechanism, 1992 38-39 

by NIH component and funding mechanism, 1992 32 

by NIH component and funding mechanism, 1983-1992 33-35 

by NIH component and kind of performing institution, 1992 40 

by NIH component and kind of performing institution, 1983-1992 36-37 

by State and funding mechanism 44-45 

to medical schools, by funding mechanism, 1983-1992 41 

to universities and colleges, by component and funding mechanism, 1992 42-43 



Pages 

Basic research support 

national. Federal, and NIH, 1983-1992 7 

Biomedical R&D Price Index 3, 12-13, 46-47, 72-73, Inside back cover 

Biomedical research support and development grants 46-52, 54-61, 64-65 

Biotechnology research 22. 29 

Bone marrow, NIH obligations 21 

Cancer control 

NIH obligations 14-15. 20 

Cancer mortality rates 86-87 

Career development awards 

by recipient's type of doctorate, 1983-1992 74-75 

Children. See Pediatric AIDS cases 

Chronic conditions, morbidity from 90-92 

Clinical Center data 

by NIH component, NIMH, and NIAAA, 1986, 1989, and 1992 83 

Clinical trials, obligations for 30 

Codes, NIH activity 100-101 

Colleges. See Universities and colleges 

Construction grants (awards) 

by NIH component and funding mechanism, 1983-1992 33-35 

Construction (obligations) 20 

Contracts (awards) 

average size 46-52 

by NIH component and funding mechanism, 1992 32 

by NIH component and funding mechanism, 1983-1992 33-35 

Contracts (obligations) 14-20, 23 

Cooperative clinical research grants 46-52, 56-61, 64-65 

Cooperative R&D agreements (CRADAs) 8, 9 

Cystic fibrosis, NIH obligations 21 

Death rates. See Mortality 



(Continued) 



105 



Index (Cont.) 



Pages 



Pages 



Definitions 98-99 

Diabetes 

and related research, NIH obligations 21 

morbidity from 90 

mortality from 86 

Disease 

morbidity from 88-92 

mortality from 86-87 

NIH obligations for selected areas 21 

Equipment, dollars budgeted for 64-65 

Extramural awards. See Awards 

Extramural program activity codes 100-101 

Federal Coordinating Council for Science, Engineering, and Technology (FCCSET) 

initiatives, NIH obligations, by component 22 

Full-time-equivalent training positions (FTTP) 

by academic level, NIH component, and type, 1983-1992 79-81 

by academic level, NIH component, and type, 1992 82 

Global change research, NIH obligations 22 

Grants (obligations) 14-20, 23 

Health costs 

national expenditures 1 

percentage change, 1984-1992 1 

Health R&D support 

as percentage of total R&D and total health costs 1 

by source of funds and performer, 1992 4 

by source of funds or performer, 1983-1993 2-3 

Federal obligations 5-6 

national expenditures 1 

percentage change 1 

High performance computing and communications, NIH obligations 22 

Higher education. See Universities and colleges 



HIV. See also AIDS 

mortality from infection 86 

obligations by NIH and other PHS components, 1983-1993 26-27 

obligations by NIH component and functional category, 1993 28 

Hospitals 

awards to, 1983-1992 36-37 

awards to, by funding mechanism 38-39 

awards to, by NIH component 40 

awards to, indirect costs, 1983-1992 66-67 

Human immunodeficiency virus. See HIV 

Huntington's disease, NIH obligations 21 

Immunization, NIH obligations 21 

Indirect costs, research grants 66-67 

Industry as performer of health R&D 4 

Infant mortality, NIH obligations 21 

International programs (obligations) 22, 23 

Intramural research 

NIH obligations 14-20 

Licenses issued 8, 9 

M.D.s 

career development awards 74-75 

NIH personnel 84-85 

research training appointments 76-78 

Medical schools 

as performers of health R&D 6 

awards to 

1983-1992 36-37 

by component and funding mechanism 42-43 

by funding mechanism, 1983-1992 41 

by NIH component 40 

Mental retardation, NIH obligations 21 

Minority biomedical support research grants 46-52. 54-61, 64-65 

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Index (Cont.) 



Pages 



Pages 



Morbidity 

AIDS, cases reported in the United States, 

by exposure category, 1983-1992 93-95 

selected acute conditions, United States 88-89 

selected chronic conditions, United States 90-92 

Mortality 

AIDS, United States, by exposure category, 1983-1992 93-95 

selected causes, United States, 1979 and 1989 86-87 

National expenditures, 1983-1992 

health R&D 1 

total health costs 1 

total R&D 1 

Nutrition research and training, obligations 25 

Obligations, Federal 

for health R&D, 1983-1992, by source or performer 5-6 

Obligations, NIM 

by function/mechanism 14-20 

by NIH component 12-19, 23 

by program activity 14-19, 23 

for AIDS, 1983-1993 26-27 

for biotechnology research, by NIH component, 1985-1992 > 29 

for clinical trials, by NIH component, 1983-1992 30 

for disease areas (selected), by NIH component 21 

for FCCSET initiatives, by NIH component 22 

for international programs, by activity and NIH component 23 

for nutrition research and training, by NIH component, 1983-1992 25 

for prevention research, by NIH component, 1983-1992 24 

Organizational chart, National Institutes of Health ii 

Patents issued under NIH CRADAs 8, 9 

Pediatric AIDS 

cases and deaths 95 

NIH obligations 21 



Personnel 

by degree held, type of occupation, NIH component, program, and status 84-85 

Ph.D.s 

career development awards 74-75 

NIH personnel 84-85 

research training appointments 76-78 

Postdoctoral training 

appointments 76-77 

full-time-equivalent positions, 1983-1992 79-82 

Predoctoral training 

appointments 76-78 

full-time-equivalent positions, 1983-1992 79-82 

Prevalence. See Morbidity 

Prevention research 

for HIV and AIDS, 1993 28 

NIH obligations for, 1983-1992 24 

Program activities, NIH obligations by component 14-19 

RCPAs. See Research career program awards 

R&D contracts. See Contracts 

R&D support. See also Basic research support; Health R&D support 

national expenditures 1 

percentage change, 1984-1992 1 

Research career program awards (RCPAs) 46-52, 54-61, 64-65 

Research grants (awards) 

biomedical research support and development 46-52, 54-61, 64-65 

by kind of grant, 1983-1992 54-55 

by kind of grant and NIH component 56-59 

by kind of grant and type 60-61 

by NIH component and funding mechanism, 1983-1 992 33-35 

by NIH component and type 53 

by State and funding mechanism 44-45 

by type, 1983-1992 62-63 

cooperative clinical 46-52, 54-61, 64-65 



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Research grants (awards) (cont.) 

indirect costs, by type of performer, 1983-1992 66-67 

minority biomedical support 46-52, 54-61, 64-65 

number of awards and success rates, by NIH component, 1983-1992 68-69 

research career program awards (RCPAs) 46-52, 54-61, 64-65 

research centers 32, 38-39, 42-43, 46-52, 54-61, 64-65 

research projects 32, 38-39, 42-43, 46-52, 54-61, 64-65 

competing 

applications, 1983-1992 70 

number of awards and success rates, by NIH component, 1983-1992 68-69 

traditional research projects (R01s) 

average size, by NIH component, 1983-1992 72-73 

competing, by NIH component, 1983-1992 

average length in years 71 

with dollars budgeted for equipment, by kind of grant, 1983-1992 64-65 

Research grants (obligations) 14-20, 23 

Research institutes 

awards to, 1983-1992 36-37 

awards to, by funding mechanism 38-39 

awards to, by NIH component 40 

awards to, indirect costs, 1983-1992 66-67 

Research management and support 

NIH obligations 14-20 

Research training 

appointments by academic level and type 76-78 

awards 

average size, 1983-1992 46-47 

by NIH component 32-35 

by NIH component, 1992 32 



Research training (cont.) 

awards (cont.) 

by NIH component and funding mechanism, 1983-1992 33-35 

by State and funding mechanism 44-45 

individual and institutional 31-32, 38-39, 41-52, 76-77 

obligations 14-20, 23 

Royalties received by NIH 8, 9 

Rural health, NIH obligations 21 

Science education and training, NIH obligations 22 

Sexually transmitted diseases, NIH obligations 21 

States, awards to 44-45 

Stroke, NIH obligations 21 

Success rates 68-69 

Table finder key Inside Iront cover 

Technical notes 96-97 

Technology transfer services, 1985-1992 B-9 

Universities and colleges 

as performers of health R&D 4, 6 

awards fo 

1983-1992 36-37 

by component and funding mechanism 42-43 

by funding mechanism 38-39 

by NIH component 40 

indirect costs, 1983-1992 66-67 

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NIH Biomedical Research and Development Price Index 
(BRDPI), Fiscal Years 1983-1993 

(Weight Base = Fiscal Year 1988) 



Fiscal 


1983 


1984 


1985 


1986 


1987 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 


1993 


year 


=100 


=100 


=100 


=100 


=100 


=100 


=100 


=100 


=100 


=100 


=100 


1983 


100.00 


94.49 


89.91 


86.31 


81.93 


78.00 


74.12 


70.29 


66.95 


63.83 


61.26 


1984 


105.83 


100.00 


95.15 


91.34 


86.71 


82.55 


78.44 


74.39 


70.85 


67.55 


64.83 


1985 


111.22 


105.09 


100.00 


95.99 


91.13 


86.75 


82.43 


78.18 


74.46 


70.99 


68.13 



1986 


115.86 


109.48 


104.18 


100.00 


94.93 


90.37 


85.87 


81.44 


77.57 


73.96 


70.98 


1987 


122.05 


115.33 


109.74 


105.34 


100.00 


95.20 


90.46 


85.79 


81.71 


77.90 


74.77 


1988 


128.20 


121.14 


115.27 


110.65 


105.04 


100.00 


95.02 


90.12 


85.83 


81.83 


78.54 


1989 


134.92 


127.49 


121.31 


116.45 


110.55 


105.24 


100.00 


94.84 


90.33 


86.12 


B2.66 



1990 


142.26 


134.42 


127.91 


122.78 


116.56 


110.96 


105.44 


100.00 


95.25 


90.81 


87.15 


1991 


149.36 


141.13 


134.30 


128.91 


122.38 


116.50 


110.70 


104.99 


100.00 


95.34 


91.50 


1992 


156.66 


148.04 


140.86 


135.22 


128.36 


122.20 


116.11 


110.13 


104.89 


100.00 


95.98 


1993 a 


163.23 


154.24 


146.77 


140.88 


133.74 


127.32 


120.98 


114.74 


109.29 


104.19 


100.00 



1 Projected. Index numbers lor FY 1993 are based on OMB projections of the Implicit Price Deflator lor the GNP. and the historical relationship between it and the BRDPI.